Wednesday, May 5, 2010

The Best Dressed at the Met Ball 2010

Anne Hathaway in Hathaway

Rosie Huntington-Whitely in Burberry

Sarah Jessica Parker in Halston Heritage

Jessica Szohr in Versace

Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad

Diane Kruger in Calvin Klein

Sienna Miller in Stella McCartney

Blake Lively in Marchesa

Lia Whin in Nalem Kham & Constance Jablonaski in Jason Wu

Naomi Watts in Stella McCartney

January Jones in YSL

Images from tfs, Knight Cat, MillionLooks, JustJared & HotCelebsHome

The Met Ball is my favourite red carpet event of the year because the outfits are so much more creative and daring than the award ceremonies. The guestlist list also makes it more interesting with a mix of actors, models, designers, magazine editors etc. This year nude, floor-sweeping gowns seem to be the go. I personally love the colour and it has inspired me to wear to the colour more often. My favourite look has to be Anne Hatheway in Valentino. She looks incredibly elegant. The contrast of the glitzy ball gown with the simple hair, make-up and jewellery is just fabulous. The best dressed model has to be Rosie Huntington-Whitely also wearing a nude gown, surprisingly with a leather belt, but it works well. Another one of my favourites is Sienna Miller in the inky blue "mullet dress" by Stella McCartney. Her hair looks fantastic and Jude Law is an excellent accessory too!


  1. Wow! I would have to agree with all of them except January Jones. I think the YSL dress would have made more of an impact minus the gloves. I feel they make the dress look cheap. Not a fan of her makeup either.
    But the rest look fabulous!
    Great blog.

    Love x

  2. Thanks! And I think you are right about January Jones. I just loved that YSL dress so much though. Such a shame about those gloves and hideous black eye shadow. Probably should have written that as a side note.


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