The ‘China: Through The Looking Glass’ Costume Institute Benefit Gala, aka the Met Gala 2015, is happening at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art tonight, May 4, and Australian talents are shining brighter than ever on the red carpet.
Scroll through below to see the looks we’re most proud of.
Model and actress Courtney Eaton was the queen of the ball in a stunning Dolce & Gabanna midi dress. The high neck, long sleeves and metallic-circle print were divine, but it was her royal crown and earrings which really won us over.
Rose Byrne managed to look incredibly sexy in this wine-red Calvin Klein dress, with a plunging neckline which almost belonged at the 2015 Logie Awards. We love how she kept her accessories all to the same hue, and donned warm-toned makeup to complement the dress.
Miranda Kerr essentially wore a Louis Vuitton top, but with legs like these we’ll let it be a dress. She patterned-sheer sleeves and edgy ear cuffs really brought the monochromatic look to life.
Jessica Hart and Valentino is a match made in heaven. We love how she embraced the theme with the bold-red colour, the intricate pattern, and the high bun.