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FROM RUNWAY TO MET GALA 2012

The biggest/most glamorous and expensive party of the year is back (Well, would the cost of $25,000/ticket be considered cheap for some??). This year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC once again joined forces with the editor-in-chief of Vogue US, Anna Wintour  in honoring the extraordinary lives of two legendary Italian designers, Mucci Prada & Elsa Schiaparelli under the theme of “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” exhibition.

While the stars-studded event drew attentions from celebrity around the world, the audience could actually enjoy the live-streaming event on Vogue.com, Amazon.com and the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s official website (Including me!). Among the A-listers attended, I would probably say that lead singer Florence Welch of the English indie pop band, Florence + the Machine was absolutely my favorite one. Donned in Alexander McQueen FW2012-13 futuristic-inspired dress, Florence Welch looked divide, yet glamorous.

Enjoy some of my loving looks after the jump!!!

American actress and singer, Amy Adams in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2012.

American film actress, fashion designer, Chloë Sevigny in Prada Fall/Winter 2012-13.

French actress and singer, Marion Cotillard  in Christian Dior Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2012.

British model, Stella Tennant in Chanel Fall/Winter 2012-13.

“Mad Men” TV Series Star, January Jones in Versace Atelier Spring/Summer 2012.

Lead singer Florence Welch of the English indie pop band, Florence + the Machine in Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2012-13.

“Twilight” Star, Kristen Stewart in Balenciaga Fall/Winter 2012-13.

Colombian celebrity, Sofia Vergara in Marchesa Spring/Summer 2012.

French model and Estee Lauder ambassador, Constance Jablonski in Haider Ackermann Spring/Summer 2012.

“30 Rock” TV Series Star, Elizabeth Banks  in Mary Katrantzou Fall/Winter 2012-13.

“Gossip Girl” TV Series Star, Leighton Meester in Marchesa Fall/Winter 2012-13.

Courtesy of MET Museum, GoRunway.com & Conde Nast Publication.

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