The Met Gala was last night -- THE Super Bowl of fashion so did you check out our massive Met Gala photo gallery for a looky loo at all the gowns? No, well what are you waiting for? Go now...
What struck me most was the underwhelming amount of super duper fashion. It's the Met Gala for Pete's sake, people!!! Folks are supposed to go nutso here. I couldn't help but wonder where was Daphne Guinness, my favorite fashion bitch! Nope, she was nowhere to be seen. Therefore, with a nod of acknowledgment to the Honorable Daphne Guinness, here are the Beehive's Met Gala highlights.
Best multi-purpose dress goes to Carey Mulligan because not only does she rock gold and silver Prada, but with the reflectiveness of the sequins, she's the only one with the ability to walk around with her own personal lighting system! Her face looks flawless in every shot — genius!
Jessica Biel in Prada looks like she's heading to a garden party rather than the Met Gala. The T-length is making my eyes twitch. It was almost as if they decided at the last second to hem the dress while Jessica was wearing it! How else do you explain that unpressed hem? Seriously? Worst hair, worst make-up and worst hemline.
Diane Kruger in a giant purple Prada is actually hiding Joshua Jackson underneath her dress. Did Pacey know the invitation was for guest +1? I suppose not.
Renee Zellwegger is a trickster. I know she's trying to fool us. You see she usually wears a strapless Carolina Herrera and although this is a custom Emilio Pucci gown, it's essentially still a strapless gown, no? Still gorgeous.
Is it just me or doesn't Chloe Sevigny remind you of "Tanning Mom?" There's something in the crazy eyes. Sadly, that kinda says a lot about her face when I didn't notice the mirrored patchwork Miu Miu dress! It's a good idea in theory but I'm dubious about the execution.
Mary Kate Olsen is pictured here in her own label, The Row. Um, wow, no words.
Gwyneth Paltrow is trying to work the Prada, of course. I wish someone would just tell her she looks a million times better when her hair isn't so severe. She's evoking the same Dennis the Menace look that she did when she won her Oscar.
WHERE IS THE FASHION, damn it??!!
Oh here it is...
Florence Welch minus the Machine is rocking Alexander McQueen. Yesssss. This is what I'm talking about. Bring it, sista!
Beyonce is wearing Givenchy Haute Couture. Now normally this would be way over the top, but for the Met Gala, she's serving it. Look at that train!!! Plus, I'm loving that she has the confidence to wear this after having only delivered a baby like five minutes ago. Kudos, Bey!
Karolina Kurkova looks stunning in Rachel Zoe! The dress and body are HOT and even the turban works although only for THIS night! Otherwise, turbans are a no no! We commoners should not attempt this look at home or anywhere else for that matter.
Elizabeth Banks in Mary Katrantzou is taking her role in Hunger Games a bit too seriously, don't you think?
Anna Wintour in Elsa Schiaperelli lobster-inspired dress. Three words -- WORK. IT. BITCH! As well she should, this is her shindig after all.
Last but certainly not least is the WTF award. Here is Marc Jacobs in a ravishing number by Commes des Garcon. Now contrary to what you might think, I'm not as averse to the black lace 'tunic' thingy or even the Plymouth Rock shoes but here's the thing: this bitch is always photographed wearing the tiniest of speedo swim skivvies and on this night he decides to sport the white cotton boxer shorts??? Girl, this ain't good glamour!
Who do you think intrigued you the most?