Boston’s favorite power couple took on New York Monday night at the 2019 Met Gala. They graced the event in subtle color-coordinated red carpet looks, tossing beaming smiles to adoring photographers and fans alike.
Gisele wore a light pink silk dress with an open back and an interesting production story: It was made sustainably by her friends over at Dior. She thanked the designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and her extensive beauty team for gussying her up for the night (not that she needs a team to look drop-dead gorgeous).
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Yes, fashion can be beautiful and sustainable. Thank you Maria Grazia Chiuri and the entire @dior team for making my sustainable dress. Thank you also to my super beauty team @hungvanngo @haryjoshhair @evetsanchez @merriadearman @deborahlippmann @lynn_ban @anne_leonie_marie for getting me ready for tonight!✨ ✨ Sim, fashion pode ser lindo e sustentável. Obrigada Maria Grazia Chiuri e a todo time @dior por fazer meu vestido sustentável. Obrigada também @hungvanngo @haryjoshhair @evetsanchez @merriadearman e @deborahlippmann @lynn_ban @anne_leonie_marie por me prepararem para esta noite!
Luckily for eager photographers, Gisele’s dress was perfect for spinning around on the red carpet while Tom stood still and smiled.
Tom followed her lead with a burgundy velvet suit jacket and an oversized bowtie. This was the pair’s 11th Met Gala appearance together.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 7, 2019
Last year, Gisele also wowed in a sustainable gown, a gold Versace off-the-shoulder number for 2018’s theme of “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”
This theme of this year’s event was “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” coinciding with the opening of an exhibition of the same name at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The gala is a huge fundraiser for the Met’s Costume Institute, with tickets worth $35,000 and tables going for as much as $300,000—and that’s before you’ve even bought your dress.
Although Tom and Gisele looked stunning, their looks seemed a little tame compared to some of the other guests. Lady Gaga brought along four separate outfits and a team of dancers. Occasional Huntington Theatre director and Pose star Billy Porter, dressed as an ancient Egyptian sun god, was carried in on a litter. Jared Leto walked around carrying a model of his own severed head. Katy Perry wore a dress that was also a chandelier filled with candles.
Tom Brady, Gisele, and Julian Edelman arrive at the Met Gala. pic.twitter.com/9RikhlYXJr
— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) May 7, 2019
Thankfully, the couple found a familiar face amid all the glitter and feathers—Brady’s buddy Julian Edelman. The Patriots wide receiver was sporting a layered white jacket and posed for photos with Tom and Gisele.
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