In honor of Kristen attending her fifth MET Gala (yep, it’s been five years IN A ROW that our girl has attended Fashion’s most prestigious event), we are taking a look back at the past four years and four dresses Kristen has worn. I don’t like picking favorites when it comes to Kristen’s style, BUT if I must, I’d have to go with her 2011 look – the Proenza Schouler red and black embroidered silk halter dress with a sexy slit down the side. Her hair, makeup, and heels were to die for!
What year was your favorite look?
- 2010 -
Wearing? Chanel Haute Couture
Theme?American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity
- 2011 -
Wearing? Proenza Schouler
Theme?Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
- 2012 -
Theme?Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations
According to Lucky Magazine, Kristen will be attending MET Gala on Monday, May 5th (yep, that’s Cinco de Mayo)! We will post live stream links and more information this weekend, so please be on the look out for that! We don’t have confirmation that she’ll be wearing Chanel, but chances are, she will since the campaign officially launched today ..
Note: This year’s theme is Charles James: Beyond Fashion.
Check out our round-up of celebrities below—and in some cases, what they’ll be wearing and who’s both styling and beautifying them. (The guest list is more expansive than this, of course, but below are just the confirmed attendees.) We’ll be updating this list as we get more details, so bookmark it and check back!
Amanda Seyfried: In Givenchy
Olivia Munn: In Diane von Furstenberg
Zooey Deschanel: In Tommy Hilfiger
Zoe Saldana: In Prabal Gurung and with hair by Aviva Perea
Lupita Nyong’o: In Prada
Michelle Dockery: In Prada
Anne Hathaway: styled by Penny Lovell, with hair by Adir Abergel and Kate Lee for makeup.
Elizabeth Olsen: styled by Cher Coulter, with hair by Mark Townsend
Ashley Olsen: hair by Mark Townsend
Mary-Kate Olsen: hair by Mark Townsend
Kate Bosworth: styled by Kris Zero
Kate Upton: styled by Cher Coulter
Nicole Richie: styled by Cher Coulter
Rita Ora: styled by Jason Rembert
Rosie Huntington Whitely: styled by Cher Coulter and makeup by Kate Lee
Amy Adams: hair by Laini Reeves; makeup by Stephen Sollitto
Chloe Grace Moretz: makeup by Mai Quyhn
Dakota Johnson: hair by Marcus Francis
Dree Hemingway: makeup by Nico Guilis
Emma Stone: hair by Mara Roszak
Emmy Rossum: hair by Ryan Trystad
Jessica Paré: hair by Marcus Francis and makeup by Mai Quyhn Kristen Stewart: hair by Adir Abergel
Maggie Gyllenhaal: makeup by Molly R. Stern
Maggie Q: hair by Adir Abergel
Margot Robbie: In Diane von Furstenberg and hair by John D
Ruth Wilson: hair by Sascha Breuer
Taylor Swift: In J. Mendel and styled by Joseph Cassell
Zoe Kravitz: makeup by Kara Yoshimoto Bua
Rachel McAdams: hair by Ben Skervin
Diane Kruger: hair by Miki
Other confirmed attendees:
And lastly, Sarah Jessica Parker
So I just thought you should know that I worked the MET Gala on Monday, and out of all the famou women I talked to (my job was to tell them to watch their step because the carpet was wonky and people were tripping), Kristen Stewart was by far the sweetest. She was the only one who really made eye contact and took the time to tell me that she appreciated me looking out for her. I obviously don't know her based on that one interaction, but she definitely seems pretty awesome.
We’ve put together a little post about the positive fashion mentions regarding Kristen’s Stella McCartney MET Gala look. Kristen was rockin’ the punk look and had the best Beauty look of the night by far.
Forget all the pretty studded 2013 Met Gala gowns for a second. Forget those strategically-placed cutouts and ubiquitous “I’m so punk by NOT being punk!” lines, too. Right now, let’s all focus on Kristen Stewart, who decided to wear a Stella McCartney jumpsuit on the red carpet tonight, and boy, did she ROCK it. It’s only fitting that the former Runaways star would pay sartorial homage to “Punk: Chaos to Couture” in true K.Stew fashion: by not smiling and wearing pants (and not surprisingly, schooling everyone on her fave punk songs…). And this time, her no-nonsense casual attitude meshed perfectly with the night’s theme.
The Twilight starlet certainly made a statement outfitted in a burgundy Stella McCartney jumpsuit. Outlined from top to bottom in lace, the suit fit K-Stew like a glove. And while she paired the look with a basic black pair of pumps, there was nothing basic about her makeup!
Kristen sported a smoky cat-eye with a burgundy hue that went perfectly with her outfit – accompanied by a slicked back hairstyle and gold clutch.
We have to admit that not many women can pull off the jumpsuit but Kristen (and her stylist) definitely knew what they were doing.
Here are the videos I took of Kristen walking the MET Gala red carpet. You can see Kristen looking over to my group a lot, and giving us small waves as she poses for photographers. Kristen was absolutely radiant and seemed to be in a really great mood. It makes me so happy to see her like this
Check out our MASTER POST of Kristen at the MET Gala here (HQs, MQs, FanPics, Videos & more).
Kristen’s stylist, Tara Swennen, dishes on Kristen’s MET GALA look and how the process was, what she won’t wear, and more!
For both Kristen Stewart and Teresa Palmer, we started about a month out by figuring out who they were going with. We loved the idea of Stella McCartney for Kristen because she hasn’t gone with a girl before, so we were having our girl power moment.
With Kristen, we went over the sketches via email—and it was unanimous decision that we really liked the jumpsuit. Stella had given us the option of doing it in black or green and the cranberry red color that we ended up going with. Kristen went back and forth between the red and the green—and we just decided we loved it. Her hair is a little bit reddish right now, so we thought it would complement it well.
With Kristen we did our fitting via Skype with Stella. So it was really fun to do that—and they’re good friends and have met before in London, so that was really nice. That was just to make sure every nip and tuck was done properly. She had a representative from L.A. and a tailor we both used.