From his very first famous client Princess Diana to his multimillion-dollar shoe empire, Malaysia-born fashion designer Jimmy Choo is a universal influence, especially at the biggest, most flamboyant fashion show of the year, the Met Gala.
This year’s fundraising gala for the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates the opening of the new Costume Institute exhibit, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.
Last night’s highly-anticipated gala honors anything and everything American fashion, which Choo is a part of. Ten celebrities were spotted in Jimmy Choo heels at the red carpet event, scroll down to check out who they were.
Beneath her Oscar de la Renta gown, the Bad Guy singer paired her glamorous Marilyn Monroe-inspired outfit with Choo’s Kendra Platforms.
English supermodel Cara Delevigne paired her all-white “peg the patriarchy” getup with Choo’s Max platform sandals.
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YouTube personality Eugene Lee Yang wore shiny, red Britney Boots with his suit, matching his fiery makeup.
The former Fifth Harmony girl group member styled her sequined purple gown with Choo’s Maxi platforms.
The Inglourious Basterds actress paired her light, elegant, and neon Prabal Gurung dress with Jimmy Choo’s hot pink Saeda pumps.
The Bring It On star wore Choo’s Pattie platforms under her stunning gown, which took 1,400 hours to make.
The Transformers actress did not hold back at the Met Gala in her red Dundas gown and Jimmy Choo Max platform sandals.
Victoria’s Secret’s first openly transgender model paired her red ensemble with the Kaylee sandals.
The Office actress wore Anouk pumps under her midnight blue Tory Burch gown.
The Pitch Perfect 3 actress debuted her new blonde look with a dress made from upcycled ocean plastic and Jimmy Choo Max platforms.
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