Tuesday 2 May 2017

MET GALA 2017: I Like to Keep It Simple

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Ashley Graham in H&M
Hi Lovelies! Trust you had a lovely weekend and holiday too!

If you missed the METGALA 2017 like I did……lol, you might want to catch up via this post.  And again like you already know, it's been research, read up, find out for me in the past couple of weeks and guess what, I am so enjoying it. 

This year’s MET GALA’s team solely centered on Rei Kawakubo of Comme Des Garcons, a Japanese Fashion designer whom I have taken out time to study and whom I describe as weird, eclectic, creative and engaging. So the celebs who attended this year’s MET GALA consciously tried to re-create Rei’s creations/pieces. O my! So interesting. Rihanna never recreated, rather she went straight on for one of Rei Kawakubo’s Autumn/Winter 2016 ready-to-wear numbers and she did just justice to this piece. Rei’s pieces are ones that I have always wondered who on earth could wear; lovely on the runway, sparks my creative imagination, but who, how and where it can be worn to is something I have always wondered about. Jourdan Dunn did a nice work with her re-creation of Comme des Garcon’s number while a whole lot of other celebs had rocked the regular.

Talking about the regular, Topshop seemed to have taken some sort of center stage at METGALA 2017 red carpet as a good number of their bespoke and custom pieces were seen on the red carpet and again on some very pretty celebs as well. Then again H&M was well represented on the red carpet in my opinion as a H&M dress happens to be my best overall outfit on the red carpet.

Here are my best from MET GALA 2017 red carpet and these so much reflects my personality. I like to keep it simple.

Excellent re-creation of Rei Kawakubo. But is this really the Future of Silhouette as suggested by Rei Kawakubo's theme for her AW2017 ready-to-wear collection?

Rei Kawakubo's piece's on the runway, AW2016 Ready-to-wear

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