The Met Gala is happening in New York City, and there is certainly no shortage of epic looks from the evening. Tonight’s soirée is all about Karl Lagerfeld, the designer behind some of fashion’s most iconic ensembles, thanks to his time at the helm of Chanel, Balmain, Fendi, Chloé, and more lauded labels. And as one of the models Lagerfeld worked with most in the ’90s (he’s said to have called this model “the free girl of our times,” according to British Vogue), Kate Moss was, of course, in attendance.
Moss, who attended alongside her daughter Lila Moss and Artistic Director of Fendi Kim Jones, went for a silhouette she regularly wore during her modeling days in the ’90s: a simple slip dress. Specifically, the supermodel wore a lingerie-like nightgown from Jones’s S/S 23 couture collection, which was created exclusively for Moss. According to a press release from Fendi, the dress was crafted out of silk satin and decorated with lace meant to represent “a floral motif with a soaring silhouette playing with transparencies for an extreme feminine allure.” Moss added a silk-georgette dressing gown to “evoke a floating, ethereal sensation in movement.”
Keep scrolling to see Moss’s Met-Gala nightgown on the red carpet.