At long last, Kim Kardashian has met the Met Gala. While rumors swirled last year that the reality star and fashion plate was banned from the industry event by Anna Wintour herself, Kim's coupling with Kanye West, boyfriend/baby daddy/friend of Riccardo Tisci, has helped the girl get in.
Naturally, he's the designer Kim chose to wear to the Costume Institute's festivities. "Riccardo's vision of punk for me is not the typical mohawk you'd envision," Kim said on the red carpet Monday night. She wore a long-sleeve floral number with attached gloves (!) and a thigh-high slit -- which featured her baby bump prominently, of course.
What do you think of Kim's "fashion Oscars" outfit? Tell us in the comments!
All the looks from the Met Gala 2013 red carpet:
Sarah Jessica Parker
In a headpiece by Phillip Treacy and dress by Giles Deacon
in Riccardo Tisci
In Givenchy and Casadei shoes
In Stella McCartney
In Giambattista Valli
In Marc Jacobs
Christian Dior and Brian Atwood shoes
Maison Martin Margiela dress and Fred Leighton jewelry
In Dolce & Gabbana
In Calvin Klein
In Calvin Klein
In Tory Burch
In Balenciaga, Tiffany & Co. jewelry
Michael Kors dress, Tabitha Simmons shoes, Cartier jewels, Christian Louboutin purse.
in Valentino Couture
Marchesa gown with Harry Winston jewels
In Prabal Gurung
Atelier Versace dress with Brian Atwood shoes and Kara Ross jewels
Lena Dunham and Erdem Moralioglu
Dunham wears Erdem Moralioglu
Sofia Coppola and Marc Jacobs
Coppola wears Marc Jacobs Jacobs wears Commes des Garçons
Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson
Kruger wears Chanel Haute Couture
Tory Burch dress, Jack Vartanian jewelry, Christian Louboutin shoes
Vivienne Westwood gown, Casadei shoes, Ferragamo bag, Harry Winston jewelry
Diane Von Furstenberg
Marios Schwab dress with Barbara Bui heels
In Emanuel Ungaro by Fausto Puglisi
In Vera Wang
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