Stylist: Mimi Cuttrell
Outfit: custom Dior by Maria Grazia Chiuri | tulle cage dress featuring a long, feathered cape in graduated colors
Makeup Artist: Pati Dubroff
Headpiece: Stephen Jones palladium crown
Shoes: Dior sparkly silver pumps
Manicurist: Pattie Yankee
Priyanka Chopra is not new to campy events, she has it in her veins seen the opulence of her Indian heritage. For her third year at the MET Gala, she opted for a French house.
She wore a Dior gown which was reminiscent of a dress from the Couture show of Spring 2018 (close-up here: 01, 02). As said by one of the atelier’s designers, it was a tribute to the Eighties-era TV shows, perfectly in line with the camptheme.
“The spectacular couture gown and cape were made from tulle, featuring embroideries of tulle feathers and silver strass. Each of the feathers was cut by hand and then attached in graded layers, going from grey and blush pink to bolder yellow, fuchsia and fiery red. The caged bodice of the dress was created from tulle and silver horsehair. A team of 10 petites-mains worked on the dress for a total of 1500 hours.”
Check this Harper’s Bazaar article for more.
Makeup artist Pati Dubroff used Marc Jacobs Beauty products on her face–she described the look as: “When the spirit of Louis XIV meets Dior Runway with a twist of Bowie attitude.” You can read the complete rundown, here.
Check the visual inspiration for her glam team’s creation.
Take a closer look at Priyanka‘s wonderful Bambi eyes.
Hairstylist Bok Hee used ghd tools to achieve those teased voluminous curls.
Nail artist Pattie Yankee used Kiss Products press on nails from the Masterpiece collection.
She accessorized everything with pieces from Chopard High Jewellery, precisely earrings from the Copacabanacollection (pink sapphires and diamonds) plus three Happy Diamonds pendant necklaces and multiple bracelets from the Haute Joaillerie collection.
For more information about the different diamonds, I recommend you this Access article.