Met Gala 2010

Wouldn’t it be a dream come true…

if you were an attendee among the elegantly dressed 725 guests at the

Costume Institute Gala
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art?

The stars aligned last night to showcase the finest of today’s fashion on the red carpet of the most highly anticipated fashion event of the year.

This year’s theme:  “American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity.”

Without further ado,
here is elegance at it’s best…


Taylor Swift in Ralph Lauren

Dreamy…
ivory plisse georgette beaded gown

Natasha Poly in Michael Kors

Simply and so effortlessly chic. This is so Natasha.
Love everything from her crimson red lips to her wavy hair to the way her dress perfectly fits her flawless super-model frame.

Kate Bosworth in Valentino Haute Couture

She looks amazing in this nude-and-coral beaded, floor-sweeping Valentino  gown.
A new take on old-Hollywood glamour.
More like, old-Hollywood retro-glamour.

Gisele Bundchen in Alexander Wang

Gisele looked so bad-ass in this edgy little A. Wang number. She hands down takes first place in a show-stopping entrance.


Gisele with Tom Brady
breaking necks.


Kate Hudson dazzles in Stella McCartney

Fabulous.
You can never go wrong with a classy Stella McCartney gown.

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Emma Watson in Burberry

Front split, asymmetric bodice and tiered ruffles.
Beautiful…
Structured but soft.

Rosie Huntington-Whitely in Burberry

Perfect.
Stunning.
Breathtaking.
That is all I can say.

Sienna Miller in Emilio Pucci

Love her, love Pucci.
Head-to-toe p e r f e c t i o n.
I’d have to say… this was my absolute favorite.

Sienna with Jude Law
reunited and breaking necks once again.


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