Zac Posen & Prabal Gurung Are Now Selling Gowns Worn at the Met Gala on Moda Operandi
The Met Gala: Camp Edition has come and gone, but Ezra Miller’s seven eyes will live on in our memory forever. And thankfully, so will a bunch of the designs worn by celebrities on the pink carpet: Luxury retailer Moda Operandi just launched its 2019 Met Gala Collection, featuring some of the bespoke gowns from both Prabal Gurung and Zac Posen.
So if you dreamed of wearing Julia Garner’s ombré silver and gold gown or Nicki Minaj’s Rococo-inspired pink number, now’s your chance...you know, if you have a spare $50,000 lying around. Take a peek at some of the gowns available below.
Prabal Gurung Chandelier Crystal Silk Strapless Gown
This hand-embroidered number, worn by Nicki Minaj, was inspired by the style of Louis XIV and the palace at Versailles. (That explains why it looks like a chandelier.) It’s going for a cool $49,995, no big deal.
Prabal Gurung ($49,995)
Zac Posen Ombré Lamé Gown
Why yes, we would like to be draped in silver and gold lamé à la Julia Garner. Unfortunately, the 3D-printed headpiece isn’t included in the $20K price tag.
Zac Posen ($20,000)
Prabal Gurung High Low Ostrich Feather Strapless Gown
Eva Chen wore this glamourous ostrich feather mini dress, complete with a gigantic pink bow in the back. Per the website, “This is a look for the brave, the exuberant—for a woman who wants to embrace her femininity with strength and empowerment.” (They forget to mention it’s also for those willing to spend $18,995 on a mini dress.)
Prabal Gurung ($18,995)
Zac Posen Palm Leaf Tulle Gown
We don’t have a reason to wear this custom purple Zac Posen gown (constructed from 300 yards of tulle), but don’t worry, we’ll find one.
Zac Posen ($12,990)