Sarah Jessica Parker: the most beautiful looks at the Met Gala
Sarah Jessica Parker’s looks on the red carpet of the different editions of the Met Gala
If you think of the Met Gala, a name immediately comes to mind. And no, it’s not Anna Wintour, but Sarah Jessica Parker, which, over the years, has always been one of the most awaited appearances on the red carpet. In recent years SJP has developed its sense of fashion by raising it to the highest levels (here one gallery with 40 looks to remember), presenting with unforgettable outfits, always highly commended.
In 2019, his absence made headlines which, with the postponed 2020 edition sine die, sum two missed red carpet. However, we can console ourselves by reviewing all the outfits of the past years.
In 2006 with Alexander McQueen
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2006 – Tradition and transgression in McQueen
Designer: Alexander McQueen
Tartan, lace and nude tulle: nothing better for SJP than showing up at the Met Gala with him next to him Alexander McQueen, with coordinated and very British outfits.
2010 – American Woman: a look that recalls the national identity
Designer: Halston Heritage
The theme of that year is historical, linked to the American identity and so the actress decides to focus on a pleated dress, signed by the US brand Halston Heritage.
The beauty of a vintage McQueen
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2011 – Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
Designer: Alexander McQueen
In honor of the creative mind of the Savage Beauty exhibition (and his close friend), for the Met Gala 2011 SJP decides to pay tribute to Alexander McQueen, wearing a fall / winter 2005 creation by the designer.
2012 – Schiaparelli & Prada: Impossible Conversations
Italian design in its maximum expression for the floral print dress, impossible to forget, by Valentino.
Author’s headpiece: Philip Treacy made it exclusively for her
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2013 – Punk: Chaos to Couture
Designer: Giles Deacon
Wonderful the dress of Giles Deacon but even more noteworthy is the headdress mohawk made for her by Philip Treacy.
2014 – Charles James: Beyond Fashion
Designer: Oscar de la Renta
A black and white dress with corset, train and long gloves, all of Oscar de la Renta.
2015 – China: Through the Looking Glass
The queen of hats does not deny herself: here she is with a headpiece created for her by the creative team of H & M for the exhibition gala China: Through the Looking Glass.
2016 – Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology
A very criticized look, which made SJP end up in the list of worst outfits, signed Monse. But she always defended him: “We wanted it to reflect technology, application and packaging”.
2018 – Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination
Designer: Dolce & Gabbana
Last but not least, the Dolce & Gabbana outfit complete with a tabernacle with a nativity on its head (here all the details), during the gala of the exhibition dedicated to the influence of the Catholic religion in fashion.