How Sarah Jessica Parker Stole The Show At The MET Ball 2015 Clad In H&M

How Sarah Jessica Parker Stole The Show At The MET Ball 2015 Clad In H&M
Iantha Yu

Beauty Writer

May 05, 2015

The biggest stars put on their best party frocks and faces for the annual Met Ball, which had the theme “Chinese: Through The Looking Glass” to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Met’s Department of Asian Art. Here’s our roundup of the most interesting looks.


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Model, singer-songwriter and guitarist Karen Elson had the most outstanding look this year, as she was dressed head-to-toe in Dolce & Gabbana, complete with matching ornate bodice and crown.


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Believe it or not, Sarah Jessica Parker wore an absolute steal this year. Her dress was from H&M, and the incredible oriental-inspired headpiece was designed by Brit designer Philip Treacy.


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Gorgeous beaded gowns were seen on the red carpet as well; Kerry Washington wore one from Prada and Irina Shayk looked sexy as ever in Versace.


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Some stars also played it safe this year in white gowns. Kim Kardashian showed off her curvaceous figure in a Roberto Cavalli gown, and Amanda Seyfried looked elegant in a long Givenchy dress.


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A few gold dresses made its way to the red carpet unsurprisingly. Rosie Huntington-Whitely shimmied onto the red carpet in a figure-hugging Versace dress, and Anne Hatheway’s Ralph Lauren hooded number was made from actual metal fibres milled in Italy.


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Both Jennifer Lopez and Allison Williams wore red, the colour of romance and passion this year to the ball.

What was your favourite dress from this year’s Met Gala? Tell us in the comments below.


By Iantha Yu

Beauty Writer

Iantha Yu is a journalist that specializes in writing and styling beauty, health and lifestyle content. She firmly believes that good skincare, a bright lippie, or good quality false eyelashes can change your life (or at least your mood for the day).


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