Emma Chamberlain Showed UP in a Louis Vuitton Gold Mini at the Met Gala

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It’s Met Gala night, baby!!! And Emma Chamberlain has *arrived* wearing a dazzling gold Louis Vuitton minidress with a dramatic asymmetrical hem, cutouts, and a plunging neckline on the red carpet. (Also, her vivid makeup was done by Kelsey Deenihan Fisher using v luxe BYREDO products if you wanted even more deets. I know you do.) Just witness this whole glorious look in the pics below:

the 2021 met gala celebrating in america a lexicon of fashion arrivals

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the 2021 met gala celebrating in america a lexicon of fashion arrivals

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She also went with a retro look, wearing her hair curled at the ends and sporting bold green makeup, and the whole thing is giving me serious Twiggy vibes. The star, who boasts a casual 13.7 million IG followers, was just in Paris last week posting about bread and architecture and her Louis Vuitton ‘fits on the platform. (She’s clearly a favorite of LV’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière.) Then she touched down in NYC to head to a dinner event on Friday night where she was photographed with Kendall Jenner. And now she’s at the Met Gala. What a life, right?

the 2021 met gala celebrating in america a lexicon of fashion arrivals

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This marks Emma’s debut at the event, although the news reportedly wasn’t met with much excitement from fashion insiders. An anonymous publicist told the NY Post in August: “Personally, I don’t think the Met is cool anymore… it’s gone from super prestigious to [being] full of influencers.” Okay, chill!

Addison Rae and Olivia Rodrigo are rumored to be attending as well, and the guest list seems to be leaning toward a younger millennial and Gen-Z crowd with stars like Billie Eilish, Timothée Chalamet, Naomi Osaka, Amanda Gorman co-chairing the event. So this year potentially marks a new era and direction for the annual soirée, but if it gives us more amazing fashion moments like this, who could be mad?!

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