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Met Gala 2015: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

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The Met Gala is one of those events that ends up being whispered about in the kitchens of many offices for days. However and sadly, all the funds raised for culture are not exactly at the center of attention; what the public cares about is one thing and one thing only: all those gowns.

The Met Gala 2015 might have created an excited extra buzz due to the quirkiness, if we want to say it in a cute way, of many of the outfits of the invitees. Being wearing almost nothing the apparent trend of the night, we couldn’t really let this one go. And so here it is, our Met Gala 2015 review.

Good: The Cool Kids

While Rihanna stole the public eye wandering in her furry piece of Guo Pei, we have to admit it’s not just the dress; it’s the attitude. Like it or not, some kids are cool and you can’t sit with them. Yet.

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Bad: The Very Naked

We are all for body liberation here, but we can definitely recognize when something gets a little out of hand. This year’s Met Gala looked like a competition to see who could show more skin while pretending not to. And you too, Beyonce?

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Good: The Classics

Romantic trains and glimmering mermaid gowns are for the classy gals at Met Gala 2015. And with the classics you can be sure you are always pulling it off, even if your train is sweeping the red carpet.

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Bad: Tasteless Much?

There is a fine line between original and tasteless, and some celebrities (talking to you, Madonna) like to cross it often. For some reason, 90s graffiti seems to be the bad taste spin of choice.

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all photos via Style.com

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