September happened to be eventful. It is not only about Fashion Week around the world, but art events as well ranging from the Venice Film Festival, Met Gala and music awards. The Vremena Goda Galleries review comes up with the most memorable fashion looks of celebrities from the red carpets.
It is a new vibrant and provocative red-carpet events’ trend. That kind of dress has been worn by Zoe Kravitz at the Met Gala, Dakota Johnson at the Venice Film Festival and Megan Fox at the MTV VMA. At the same time, it-girls tend to interpret the "naked" dress in different ways. Zoe and Meghan created rebellious and daring looks, while the Dakota's dress with silver fringe and epaulette shoulders from Gucci is the embodiment of pure elegance and chic.
Outfit to make a statement
Is there room for politics in fashion? Many celebrities at the Met Gala considered their outfit for a red-carpet event a great chance to speak out. Cara Delevingne chose a Christian Dior top with the Peg the Patriarchy logo, calling for the destruction of patriarchy. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was wearing a dress bearing the tagline Tax the Rich. And singer Billie Eilish accepted an invitation to appear at the Oscar de la Renta provided the brand abandoned the use of natural fur.
Inspiration from the past
Many guests of the Costume Institute event not only showed spectacular outfits, but turned to iconic fashion looks from the past. For example, Givenchy's transparent Kendall Jenner dress was inspired by Audrey Hepburn's My Fair Lady. The reference for Kaia Gerber was the Christian Dior dress in which Bianca Jagger was shining at the Met Gala in 1981. And the look of the model Hailey Bieber is an homage to the 20th century style icon - Grace Kelly.
Futuristic outfits always look spectacular on the red carpets. Whether it is a floor-length dress in sparkling silver fabric, like the actress Helen Mirren’s one, or a fantasy image featuring a sword and a metal mask, like the singer Grimes. American rapper Lil Nas X got changed three outfits at the Met Gala, one of which was a gold armor from Versace - a kind of homage to the robot from Star Wars.