Celebrity Fashion The Looks of the Met Afterparty and the

Celebrity Fashion: The Looks of the Met Afterparty and the Coronation of King Charles III – Le Journal de Montréal

The Met Gala extravaganza continued at the event’s various after-parties. The tribute to Karl Lagerfeld, the man to whom the museum’s new exhibition is dedicated, has been renewed, but with a more festive approach and from the point of view of transparency and pompous accessories.

Days later, dignitaries, VIPs and royalty descended on London for the coronation of Britain’s King Charles III. and his wife Camilla to celebrate.

English eccentricity gave way to monochromatic silhouettes whose boldness came from the choice of headdress. In the evening, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie shone both in their performances and in their costumes.

Overview of the striking look of these two events.

Sandra Oh

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Actress Sandra Oh was one of the winners of the second edition of the Glittery Gold Gala, a ceremony honoring Asian designers who paved the way. For this occasion, she had decided on an outfit by designer Prabal Gurung, the coloring of which could not be more perfect. The Canadian rounded it all off elegantly and modernly with jewelry by Anita Ko, a clutch by Jimmy Choo and pumps by By Far. Let sugar pink and emerald green be your next color combo!

Dua Lipa

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Dua Lipa, co-chair of the Met Gala evening, swapped her Chanel wedding dress (circa 1992) for a sportier, equally striking ensemble from that decade. A crop top, stockings over tights with two Cs crossing each other, lots of pearl necklaces and the couturier’s famous short gloves defined this look in Karl’s universe.

Lionel Richie

For the Windsor Castle show, Lionel Richie and his stylist David Thomas commissioned English tailor Muto-Little to create this ivory tailcoat, which was adorned with a shower of Swarovski crystals. The silk shirt and leather pants completed this rock star look.

doja cat

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Doja Cat continued his tribute to Choupette, opting for a second Oscar de la Renta creation. But this time we’re just keeping the ears of Karl Lagerfeld’s beloved cat. The singer wore a dusky pink two-piece suit.

Olivia Wilde

This openwork maxi dress could have been vintage with its quintessential 1970s vibe, but Olivia Wilde designed this outfit from Chloé’s Summer 2023 collection.

Kendall Jenner

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For Kendall Jenner, designer Nensi Dojaka reinterpreted an iconic Chanel look from the Summer 1994 collection. The gray playsuit with sequins and beaded straps served as the base on which the model donned a bra and panties.

Emily Ratajkowski

Emily Ratajkowski also appealed to the new generation of designers to wink at Lagerfeld. Her strapless black fishnet dress by Dilara Findikoglu was the perfect setting for her choice of necklaces and pearl necklaces, not to mention a belt that read ‘EMRATE’, the star’s Instagram account. Very Karl, as a touch!

Katy Perry

For the royal occasion, Katy Perry wore two creations by British fashion house Vivienne Westwood. For the ceremony, she opted for a short-sleeved purple suit paired with a see-through sun bonnet, triple-row pearl necklace and handbag. It was only minutes before netizens suspected a tribute to Princess Diana during a 1997 trip to the United States. The monarch wore a skirt suit of the same shade and a row of pearls around her neck.

The singer then shone in the limelight during her evening performance. She had donned a ball gown adorned with opera gloves made of a gold leather effect fabric.

Justin and Sophie Trudeau

On the arm of her husband Justin Trudeau, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau didn’t opt ​​for a piece by a great designer, instead resorting to a set by the English brand Ted Baker. The shade of pink suited her perfectly.