Lily Rose Depp wears bright pink Chanel frock to Met Gala

Last Updated: May 2, 2017
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Lily Rose Depp has stolen the Met Gala show at Metropolitan Museum of Art when she appeared in her stunning rose Chanel dress, the daughter of Johnny Depp was pretty as a rose petal.

Lily Rose Melody Depp, the 17-year-old model and Chanel muse, appeared at Monday’s Met Gala and has taken the fashion world by storm. The public highly appreciated starlet’s classy and natural outfit, the rose gown was just incredible!

lily Rose is not only beautiful, the teen is totally natural and classy.According to the fashion critics, this is what a model should look like. At the fashionable fete, the teen starlet went for classic appeal in a hot pink frock by Chanel adorned with glittering flowers.

Lily Rose Depp

Lily Rose was posing on the red carpet, in comparison with the model Cara Delevigne, she looked incredibly fresh and innocent. Cara with her ultra-short platinum haircut looked a bit masculine, let’s say, she was ultra avant-garde. Karl Lagerfeld’s muse was donning a plunging silver suit by Chanel, which revealed more than enough of the stars glitter-covered chest.

Met Gala’s style in this year was inspired by the evening’s honoreee, Comme des Garcon designer Rei Kawakubo, so, Cara Delevigne resonated with the spirit of the event extremely well.

The famous offspring posed with celebs Cara Delevigne and Jemima Kirke at the gala

Met Gala and designer Rei Kawakubo gathered the stars

Rei Kawakubo, the 74-year-old designer, is known for experimental and bold clothing, the style embraces an austere aesthetic and have earned a cult following. Model-turned-actress Lily-Rose Depp struck a pose in a hot pink Chanel Haute Couture gown at the “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between” Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017 in New York City.

For their annual fashion exhibit and gala the Metropolitan Museum in New York is displaying 120 Comme des Garçons womenswear designs by Kawakubo, spanning the past 35 years, since her first Paris show.

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