Lady Gaga should win some kind of award for being able to walk in insanely high-heeled and often odd-shaped shoes. At 2016’s Gala, she unsurprisingly nailed the “Manus x Machina” concept in a sparkling Versace jacket and sky-high heels. But there was one part of the outfit that seemed to be missing since she opted for the unitard instead of pants.
She is famously known for her bold, eclectic, and sometimes outworldly fashion choices and has a knack for incorporating many different elements into her style. She is no stranger to extravagant, sometimes over-the-top, and most times bizarre looks, but she mostly manages to pull something spectacular off.
Model Gigi Hadid seemed to be channeling a bit of French maid with this odd Tommy Hilfiger look that combines a choppy, nude-colored dress with black fishnet thigh-highs. The whole thing just screamed “mess” and landed her on several worst-dressed lists from the event.
Of course, there were a few people who thought the dress, sans the fishnets, looked appealing. We aren’t sure if it’s the actual dress that caused all the controversy or the color tones, which clearly didn’t work too well with the star’s hair and skin tone. Maybe, just maybe, the same dress with a few shades darker would have been a better fit.
Cara Delevigne was definitely not playing it safe when she attempted to channel Chiquita Banana with her bright-colored getup at the 2019 Gala. She mostly certainly hit the "Camp: Notes on Fashion" theme on the head, but whether the whole thing went according to plan or not, we aren’t so sure.
It wasn’t so much the striped rainbow-colored dress or even the scepter. It was the hat that turned heads. The headpiece she was wearing was covered in fake teeth and eyeballs – one of which she said afterward weighed 10 pounds. Apparently, her scepter broke in the lobby of her hotel on the way to the event, and a stranger lent her a glue gun.
Punk and the City
Sarah Jessica Parker, much like the character she played on the hit series "Sex and the City," is known for her ability to dress well. Sometimes, she likes to do something a little eccentric, and this was definitely one of those times! She nailed the "Chaos to Couture" aspect of the punk theme in her gold-splattered leaf-print gown from the Giles fall collection.
She totally could’ve added a mohawk, but instead, she opted for an interesting headpiece and velvet Christian Louboutin boots that pulled the whole look together. SJP for the win once again! But we're not all that surprised, are you?
Beyonce is no stranger to turning heads at events, and the 2015 Met Gala was no different. She slayed in a sheer-looking Givenchy dress after arriving at the carpet fashionably late (like her lyrics say, “I’m so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress.”)
She’s wearing a nude bodysuit underneath the sheer outing so as not to risk exposing anything to the crowd. This marked this fifth year in a row. She chose Givenchy for the Gala. It comes as no surprise that the star made it onto several best-dressed lists with her glitzy and glamorous look on this occasion.