Bevy Smith Picks the Met Gala's Best & Worst Dressed
Who gave her life? And who looked ratchet? The Fashion Queens host weighs in.
The fashion world's A-List came out in force last night for the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala—even Andy Cohen was there. And those who walked the red carpet to honor British-born designer Charles James certainly didn't disappoint.
Naturally, our own Bevy Smith was sizing up all of the looks. Who was right? And who was ratchet? See her picks below—and tune into Fashion Queens this Sunday at 11:30/10:30c for more Met Gala coverage.
She was resplendent in her Carolina Herrera floral gown, she served 1950's Socialite realness, she was SHAMELESS in her grace & beauty!
Karolina in Marchesa was the perfect swan, an alabaster goddess channeling legendary model Dovima in her posture, composure and overall beauty.
Her Zac Posen gown was no laughing matter, Sara had her new beau on her arm and a new look to go along with him, KUDOS.
Yes, she's the girlfriend of New York's Governor, but she's breaking every fashion law by visually ASSUALTING us with this bootleg Charles James knockoff. This is clearly a "Semi-Homemade" disaster.
I gagged in the worst way when I gazed upon Kate serving the quintessential "Old West hooker with a heart of gold" archetype. Perhaps she read that Charles James dressed famed burlesque artist Gypsy Rose Lee, however, he NEVER dressed her like this.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burka
White tie and tails is a very difficult look to pull off in modern day society and what you won't do, Neil and David, is complicate matters more with Thom Browne high water pants and cummerbunds inspired by Japanese sumo wrestlers' "mawashi." David, you receive a DIS-honorable mention for the whole Harlequin meets stripes look, this is best left at the circus.