Beyonce Knowles showed off her post-baby body in this dramatic Givenchy gown with a long, feathered train. But should she have left a bit more to the imagination? [Photo by Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
Rihanna’s skin-tight Tom Ford black gown reminded us of a snake. So is scaly the way to go? Sssss…. [Photo by Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
We still think you’re amazing just the way you are, Bruno Mars, but the blue tux and black accents seemed a bit off. And could that bow tie be any bigger?
Marc Jacobs is a sought-after fashion designer. We’re just guessing he wore this sheer shirt-dress and Leprechaun shoes as a joke. Pretty funny, Marc! [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
Rosario Dawson either looks smoking hot, or uncomfortably warm in this floor length leather dress. You be the judge. [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
Cameron Silver has dressed celebs from J.Lo to Nicole Kidman, but we think he should sue who ever dressed him for the Met. … Oh, wait … he’s standing right next to her: Nicole Miller … Awkward! [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
We’re guessing model Coco Rocha thought the invite said “pink and yellow garden party” and not “glamorous evening at the Met.” Just sayin’ … [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
Gorgeous Eva Mendez wore Halloween-orange Prada. Didn’t the Devil already do that? [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
Rashida Jones looked dainty inTory Burch. Perhaps someone should check to see if Tory is missing a set of bed sheets? [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
The Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks made an … interesting choice for a night at the museum: this artsy, but strange, gown by Mary Katrantzou.
Florence and the Machine lead singer Florence Welch stepped out in what looked like a three-tiered feather duster, designed by Alexander McQueen. [Photo: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com]
As much as we love singer Janelle Monae, it’s hard to love this get-up, which sort of looks like something out of “The Avengers,” but not in a good way. Credit: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com
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The stars came out for the “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” Met Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City Monday, and some of the the fashions were …well let’s just call them artistic.
Here are some of the more questionable choices that hit the red carpet. You be the judge: are they fashion do’s or don’ts?