5 Times Hailey Bieber’s Met Gala Attire Left People Speechless

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Reminiscing about previous appearances that have generated buzz seems only natural as the “Oscars of Fashion,” a.k.a. The Met Gala draws near. Hailey Bieber fits right into that category as someone who frequently makes us remark on her attire.

Long before she became Mrs. Bieber, the model has been attending the Met Ball since 2015, and she always dresses to the nines. She has mainly chosen traditional glamour (i.e., her understated LBD and sunglasses from the 2021 gala), but she has also worn some bold chances, such as the time she ascended the Met steps in a sequin gown with a built-in crystal thong. An instant passed.

Let’s take a moment to remember the fashion choices Justin Bieber has made over the years, including tulle tiers, powder pink hair, sequins everywhere, and more.

1.2015: “China: Through The Looking Glass”

HB made his first appearance at the Met Gala in 2015 and flaunted a very leggy appearance. She matched the thigh-skimming Topshop dress with strappy Saint Laurent silver platform shoes and Bulgari jewelry. Got it right.

2.2016: “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”

The following year, Bieber increased the glitz. She went with a glitzy, thigh-high cut Tommy Hilfiger dress in black and silver. Super strappy black shoes and flashy earrings only enhanced the attention-grabbing appearance.

3.2017: “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between”

While several chose avant-garde looks to honor Kawakubo, Bieber wore a bright pink ball gown with tiers of tulle that cascaded down his midriff. The style was the ideal fusion of edgy and classic with the addition of a silver choker and a net headpiece with vintage inspiration.

4.2018: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”

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