The Met Gala 2016 was–not surprisingly–fecund with eye candy and inspiring fashion that, in many cases, recalls equally stunning interiors. Here are 5 such instances…
What do this Miles Redd decorated room and Kendall Jenner’s Met Gala 2016 gown have in common? How about dizzying patterns (faintly reminiscent of trelliage) in classic blue and white? That and they can both be described as arrestingly beautiful.
Nude meets grapefruit to form the shade that best describes Beyonce’s Met Gala gown and this stunning room by Suzanne Tucker. However, the similarities don’t end there. Notice how the moody abstract art echoes Beyonce’s smoky eye makeup.
Katherine Kwong and Olivia Wilde were on the same wave length when they chose this door and gown, respectively. In both bases, the studs and rivets impart an edgy feel to something that was already gorgeous.
With neutral bases–one in white and one in black–both this Spanish bedroom and Zoe Saldana’s gown for the Met Gala 2016 celebrate colorful plumage (or fur). After all, mother nature’s wonders always trump man’s.
For more red carpet inspired design, read my previous post on Oscar gowns and their interior design equivalents.