Leave it to RiRi to totally steal the show! She arrived at the 2015 Met Gala in a canary yellow gown that stretched out for miles, sweeping over the red carpet as she made her way up the steps. It is so Rihanna to make a statement at the Met Gala and we are obsessed with this look — especially because she wore a Chinese couturier!
You know if you invite Rihanna, 27, to a theme party she definitely won’t disappoint! The star looked beyond regal in a dress that looked like it came right out of the “China: Through the Looking Glass” exhibit when she arrived at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC on May 4 for the 2015 Met Gala. This year she opted for her most extravagant look yet, and she killed it — do you agree? Sure, this dress definitely might seem questionable — but if anyone can pull it off, it is RiRi!
Rihanna’s Met Gala Dress — Makes A Grand Entrance In Guo Pei:
Rihanna embraced the theme more than any other celeb when she arrived in Chinese couture designer Guo Pei.
We have to admit that we were shocked when we saw Rihanna’s outfit especially, considering her affinity for skintight dresses, plunging necklines and midriff-bearing silhouettes. This year she has chose a victorian-esque bright yellow gown with a train that goes on for miles. The train of the yellow Dior ensemble is covered in gold embellishments and is outlined in yellow fur — if that isn’t extravagant I don’t know what is.
A matching yellow fur shrug was draped over the exquisite gown and a yellow and gold embellished head piece was wrapped around her slicked back, short hairdo. We are in awe of RiRi’s masterpiece of a dress — she never lets us down.
Rihanna’s Met Gala Prep:
RiRi had us reminiscing all day when she took to her Instagram to post tons of pictures of her at the Met Gala over the years. Each one of her looks was perfect and it had as waiting with bated breath to see what she was going to throw on tonight — but nothing could have prepared us for this.
We absolutely love her look — what do you think? Did she totally rock it or is it way too over-the-top?
— Olivia Elgart