US Michael Kors shines at Met Gala with stunning couture creations

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Michael Kors is pleased to announce that the following guests wore couture Michael Kors Collection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit and opening of “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion” on Monday, May 6, 2024, in New York City.

Meg Ryan wore a couture Michael Kors Collection black silk-and-wool-mikado gown with a tulle bodice, featuring shadow floral hand-embroidery. Artisans spent over 800 hours hand-sewing 1,120 sequin flowers, each made up of dozens of recycled sequins in seven different shapes and sizes, wrapping around the gown like a vine.  

Gabrielle Union-Wade wore a couture Michael Kors Collection metallic ombré tulle mermaid gown with hand-embroidered sequins. Requiring 12 artisans and over 9,500 hours to hand-embroider, the mock-neck gown features thousands of sequins in five colors and varying sizes that together create a spectacular, one-of-a-kind scaled effect.

Michael Kors dressed notable celebrities in couture for the Met Gala 2024 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Meg Ryan, Gabrielle Union-Wade, Rachel Zegler, and others showcased elaborate gowns featuring hand-embroidered sequins and floral designs, requiring thousands of artisan hours.
Alexander Dreymon and Chase Stokes sported custom suits.

Rachel Zegler wore a couture Michael Kors Collection pale blue tulle plunging halter gown with hand-embroidered sequins and a pale blue taffeta-and-tulle opera coat. Requiring 450 hours to hand-embroider, the gown features iridescent sequins in five different sizes that create a sky-like effect.

Allison Williams wore a couture Michael Kors Collection black-and-white floral chiné jacquard drop-waist gown with hand-embroidered recycled sequins. Artisans spent 2,110 hours hand-embroidering thousands of sequins, in six different sizes, in an overlapping pattern to create a floral shadow design, lending the gown an all-over iridescence.  

Alexander Dreymon wore a custom Michael Kors Mens white wool tuxedo jacket with satin lapels and black wool serge trousers. The organza flower boutonniere was hand-made by cutting and embossing individual fabric petals. 

Kelsea Ballerini wore a couture Michael Kors Collection suntan tulle gown with scattered floral appliqués and a matching peach taffeta clutch jacket. It took eight artisans over 3,550 hours to hand-sew the appliqués to the singer’s gown, and another 2,880 hours to hand-sew the appliqués on the coordinating clutch jacket. The flowers, scattered across the dress in three different sizes and shades, were each individually hand-dyed and laser-cut to achieve a life-like appearance.

Chase Stokes wore a custom Michael Kors Collection black sequined georgette jacket and matching trousers, together featuring tens of thousands of sequins. 

Note: The content of this press release has not been edited by Fibre2Fashion staff.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RM)



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