The best photos of Met Gala 2014 included the likes of Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift, Kendall Jenner and more in their repertoire. Gaze at these products of high civilization in wonderment as they show their stuff on the red carpet.
The Met Gala 2014 was quite a fashion-conscious event that lit up the dark with its flashes of brilliance. All the celebrities were present in their pretty colors and snazzy styles of dress.
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Beyonce was their hand in hand with Jay Z. She wore a black Givenchy dress that had a complete slit on the front. And the netting on her face lent an aura of mystery to the ensemble.
As for Kim Kardashian, she had on a bright sky blue silk gown from Lanvin. The black lace on its borders made her style reach the height of classiness.
Coming to Rihanna, the sexiest woman on earth was swaddled in a pure virgin white Stella McCartney sari-like dress that accentuated her physique to the nth degree. Besides the shoulder pads, the wraparound lengthy skirt made Rihanna look like a vamp and a vixen.
Coming to some of the other attractions of the show, Lupita Nyong’o appeared to be an African Queen in her green beads and feathers which spread out in a web-like manner before her basic black Prada dress. She exuded a raw sexuality and oozed the motto that “Black is Beautiful”.
Country singer Taylor Swift was enfolded in a pink Oscar de la Renta gown that had its sheets trailing behind her. The lacework on the gown was intricate and very delicate indeed.
The stars showed class and sophistication as was evident from Kendall Jenner’s outfit. She wore a satin wasp waist gown that had a cream color to it. It made her seem like a pretty princess.
Kate Upton came to the event in a black flamenco dress with see-through slits on it. She was one charming Spanish Senorita in her desire-provoking passionate couture.
There are a lot more stars at the NYC Rachel McAdams Met Gala 2014. It was a happening event that will be remembered for a long time in the annals of fashion history.