Red Carpet Highlights from The MET Gala 2017!

The MET Gala has become one of fashion’s most anticipated events of the year and often needs no introduction! This year’s event was no exception, with all the biggest A-List celebrities gathering under one roof to raise money for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

This year’s exhibition theme honoured the work of Rei Kawakubo, the founder of the Japanese fashion label ‘Comme des Garcons’.

You can check out some of our favourite looks below!

Priyanka Chopra

 Wearing what could be the world’s longest trench coat! Priyanka looked amazing in this gown by Ralph Lauren which honoured the theme of the event perfectly!


Rihanna’s look is always the most antipacted by fans! Over the years, Rih has never failed to produce looks which are unique, extraordinary and dedicated to the theme- and this year was no different! She stunned in this Commes des Garcons Fall 2016 design.

Blake Lively

Blake looked stunning in this gold Versace gown. The elegant mermaid silhouette was emphasised with the blue feathers at the bottom- adding a pop of colour to the dress!

Deepika Padukone

Deepika looked flawless in this Tommy Hilfiger gown. She accessorised the gown with heavy jewel-encrusted earrings and a matching head piece, adding sparkle to the outfit! However, she did face criticism for not sticking to the theme. Superstar Rihanna even liked a comparison picture of Deepika’s dress and the Met Gala theme on Instagram, sly dig perhaps?


As described by Rihanna- Zendaya looked like a ‘brown goddess’ in this beautiful printed gown.

Kendall Jenner

Kendall made a huge impact at the MET Gala in this daring dress! The sheer gown was reportedly made out of 85,000 crystals that were all held together with ONE string-WOW!

Solange Knowles

According to social media, Solange channelled her inner Arsene Wenger in this puffed-parka dress. Very unique!

Katy Perry

Katy also stuck to the theme in this red gown with matching veil. Her head piece was questionable, and her whole outfit was described as ‘wearable art’- very suitable for the occasion.

Whose outfit was your favourite? Let us know at BritAsiaTV.