Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Ass or Class? Daring or Tacky? The nude looks at the MET Gala 2015

The barely there looks grabbed a lot of attention at this year’s Met Gala 2015. Leaving little to the imagination, for these girls it was all about ‘Ass-et’ – more revealing the better.

Trend Watch: 9 Headgear looks at the Met Gala 2015

From flaming crowns to elaborate floral headpieces and regal tiaras, the red carpet at the Met Gala 2015 was a witness to a major trend – Headgears. The red carpet beauties wore headgears by the likes of milliner Philip Treacy and Dolce & Gabbana. Here are some of the headgear looks from the red carpet. Who do you think nailed the look?

Who wore what at the Party of the year - Met Gala 2015 Red Carpet?

Christened as one of the biggest and glamorous Red Carpet event of the year, MET Gala 2015, also known as MET Ball took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Monday night, 4th May. As anticipated, this year too, the Gala saw the Hollywood A- listers, fashion industry elites and socialites hitting the red carpet in their fashionable best.

Monday, 4 May 2015

Rihanna owned the red carpet in a massive cape at the MET Gala 2015

The queen of red carpet drama, Riri swept the red carpet in an opulent Guo Pei yellow cape at the Met gala 2015. The cape featured a massive train adorned with intricate oriental embroidery and fur trim. From being called omelette to pizza, and even bed comforter, her red carpet look has its fair share of criticism in the social media.

New York Magazine in Conversation with Anna Wintour

In an exclusive interview with Amy Larocca, Fashion director of New York Magazine, Vogue’s Editor in Chief Anna Wintour talks about fashion, power, being a working mother, social media, anxiety and more. For the feature, Anna was shot by fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz.

Sunday, 3 May 2015

Bad news for Kim Kardashian: Selfies are banned at MET Gala 2015

It seems, Anna Wintour, Vogue, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art have made the red carpet venue a selfie free zone, which means Kim and other celeb girls will not be able to click or post selfies on their social media accounts.