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Rihanna Steals Show in Catholic-inspired Met Gala

Rihanna steals show in Catholic-inspired Met Gala
International musician, Rihanna was the cynosure of all eyes as she rocked a Catholic-inspired dress to Met Gala.
Rihanna reigned over the religious-themed Met Gala with a stunning dress inspired by the Pope. The Umbrella singer wore a heavily beaded Martin Margiela corset mini dress under a full skirt, coupled with a mitre-like hat.
Rihanna, who co-chaired the event alongside Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and Vogue editor Anna Wintour, also wore a bejewelled crucifix necklace.
Amal also turned heads when she arrived alongside husband George.
The human rights lawyer wore a rose-patterned skirt coupled with trousers in a look designed by British designer Richard Quinn.
The skirt was so long George reportedly joked that the couple’s newborn twins were “hiding underneath”.

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Elsewhere, Kim Kardashian-West wore a skintight gold Versace dress while model Bella Hadid wore a leather and PVC gown complete with a gold cross around her neck.
Singer Katy Perry stood out among the famous faces by wearing her own set of angel wings.
She teamed the feathered accessories with a gold Versace chainlink dress with matching thigh-high boots.


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