Met Gala fashion 2014: Best and worst dressed, from Suki Waterhouse to Kristen Stewart


Kimye were delighted to be there – honest (Picture: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

The Costume Institute’s Met Gala is the Oscars red carpet without the three hour awards show (and Anna Wintour standing in for Ellen – less jokes, more Chanel).

It’s an excuse for Hollywood and fashion’s finest to get their glad rags on and pose on an unfeasibly long and glamorous staircase.

And with a dress code of ‘White Tie and Decorations’ for this year’s ball, in honour of the Met’s newest exhibition, ‘Charles James: Beyond Fashion’, we were looking forward to some top high society frocks and tails.

British born designer, Charles James, is seen as America’s first couturier, a master of lavish, sculpted ball gowns and the inspiration for Dior’s feminine New Look.

On a night that saw some real sartorial ups and downs, here’s our pick of the finest prom queens and some who need to…

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