Thursday, May 2, 2013

Get the Scoop!!: Who is bring who for for the Met Gala {designer & muse}

My favorite look from the 2012 Met Gala
Karolina Kurkova in Rachel Zoe

OMG!! I told you about how excited I am to catch the live stream red-carpet of the Met Gala via the Moda Operandi and I mentioned I couldn’t wait to see who designers chose as their muse….well guess what, thanks to the awesome fashion site Fashionista, they have the scoop {with help from WWD and the Post}
Here is the info they have, and this is not confirmed {we’re still check it lol} :
Michael Kors is taking Jennifer Lopez
Valentino is taking Gwyneth Paltrow
Dior is taking Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard
Alexander Wang is taking Julianne Moore for Balenciaga
Tommy Hilfiger is hosting at his table and dressing (with a little help from Trash & Vaudeville) a very motley crew including Debbie Harry, Nicki Minaj, Zooey Deschanel, Lily Aldridge, screenwriter Jamie Linden, music publicist Jason Weinberg, musician Marky Ramone with wife Marion, actress Thalia Mottola, music executive Tommy Mottola, and Kings of Leon lead vocalist Caleb Followill
Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy are taking Elle and Dakota Fanning
Joseph Altuzarra is taking Allison Williams
Brian Atwood is taking Elizabeth Banks
Christopher Kane is taking Stella Tennant
Nina Ricci’s Peter Copping is taking Carolyn Murphy
Diane Von Furstenberg is taking Emma Roberts
Tory Burch is taking Jessica Alba
Topshop is taking Jaime King and Julianne Hough
Kenzo’s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim are taking Solange Knowles
Anthony Vaccarello is taking Gisele Bundchen
Riccardo Tisci is taking fellow co-chair Rooney Mara
Burberry is taking (rumored new face) Sienna Miller
Peter Pilotto is taking Brooklyn Decker
Samsung is taking Psy
Saint Laurent is taking Greta Gerwig (we hear)

John Galliano is not attending, even though his designs are featured in the exhibit. “One step at a time,” Galliano’s publicist Liz Rosenberg told the New York Post, when asked about whether the designer would attend the gala, adding, “and that’s one huge mother f – - kin’ staircase.” (We bow down Liz!)
I am more excited! OH and it seems that some women attendees are having a tough time getting in punk mode…this quote is cute:

“We keep running into the same problem, which is that rich women don’t want to look punk, or grunge,” Decades’ Cameron Silver, who’s helping to dress people for the big day, told the New York Times‘ Eric Wilson. “Not that many women want to look like Nancy Spungen.”

 LOL. That’s all I got!

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