Alicia Vikander Wears A Quirky Frock At Met Gala 2016

Posted: May 3 2016, 11:40am CDT | by , Updated: May 3 2016, 11:44am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

 
Alicia Vikander Wears a Quirky Frock at Met Gala 2016
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Alicia Vikander goes for a short length dress to signify the impact of technology on fashion.

Speculating about what dress Taylor Swift will wear this year at the Met Gala, it was a probable guess that Swift was probably going for Louis Vuitton and the red latex bodice dress from his latest collection would have been our best guess.

Taylor did go for Louis Vuitton in the end but his precious red latex bodice dress seemed reserved for the bet this year. The Oscar winning young Danish actress, Alicia Vikander wore the red latex bodice dress with bronze and brown sequin detail and a leather detail as well.

She wore chunky heeled boots with metallic finish and Bulgari jewels to complete her look with her hair was styled in cute braids and swept off her face into a center part. With the dress came the confirmation that Alicia is not just a sweet girl but a totally rocking chick who will definitely play her new role as Lara Croft well.

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