Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge


It’s the Met Gala, so that’s all we really care about.

Wed, May 7, 2014, 14:02


What actually happens at the Met Gala Ball? Do they just walk around that carpet and then into a gigantic empty room? Who knows, who cares, because it’s the clothes that are important.

Vogue picks out the best dressed (Irishwoman Sarah Greene wearing Thakoon is in there).

Frank Ocean looked swell in Givenchy (as did Jay-Z, matchy matchy) and Ocean performed for the first time at the bash. You can watch a shaky video of that here.

SJP went all out in an autographed Oscar de la Renta gown.

GQ has a list of the guys who nailed the dress code, including, curiously A$AP Rocky in… Topman.

Vanity Fair’s best dressed list for once includes usual red carpet kryptonite twosome Rihanna and Kristen Stewart, in Stella McCartney and Chanel.

Jezebel has loads of pics from all angles, including Lupita Nyong’o's crazy/amazing Prada get up.

Trousers are what’s up though; Janelle Monae, Cara Delevigne, Riley Keough.

Who totally wins though? Has to be Cara Delevigne.

(photo via Cara Delevigne’s Instagram)

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