03 May 2011

Fashilosophy's best of the MET Gala 2011.

Last night at the Metropolitan Museum, was celebrated the annual Gala of the Costume Institute, this year dedicated to the genius of Alexander McQueen. Watching and commenting about redcarpet we have decreed the our three best outfits.




At first position we put doubtless a beautiful Jessica Stam dressed by Tommy Hilfiger's blush pink strapless dress. Elegant and refined, make ​​up and coiffed like a fairytale princess. She catch our hearts!


At second position we put an androgynous Hilary Rhoda, dressed by a beautiful and fresh Alexander McQueen's white dress-suit. A vintage hairstyle and red lipstick transforming this beautiful woman in a new Greta Garbo.


At third position we put an always wonderfully classy Natalia Vodianova, dressed by a vintage Haute Couture creation of her accompanist for the Gala, Mr. Valentino. This dress belongs to the collection that the couturier created for his 45 years carrer show, in Rome.

According Fashilosophy these are the three most beautiful and elegant mises of the Gala. But amid so much beauty can't go unnoticed even bad taste: Naomi Campbell, the Black Venus historic character of the most famous catwalks, came to the gala with a questionable outfit. Dress by Alexander McQueen was amazing, but she looks kitsch, old and grotesque at the same time. Naomi NO! From you we can't accept it!

2 comments:

Vesna said...

I think Naomi made mistake with hair style. The list is perfect. I loved J LO too.

Marzio Martel said...

Alicia Keys in Givenchy was amazing too! <3