Heads were turned and bodies exposed last night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2016 Met Gala. There was a strong theme of whites, cut-outs, and metallics but also some pleasant forays into color and decoration. We’ve got both ends of the spectrum covered in our recreated ‘Manus x Machina’ looks below.

Bella Hadid

Black is generally safe. But adding some upper-thigh accessories? That’s playing it ‘bad girl.’ We toned down the fluff for a sleeker fit with Kheops One Shoulder Slit gown, knee high boots, and some silver jewelry.

About Last Night: the #MetGala Bella Hadid

Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim

Ladies in lace can never go wrong – especially on the three Haim sisters. These rockers struck a feminine pose in variations of black and white. You and your sisters (or friends) can recreate the look in Zarankova’s Waltz in Black and White collection with a gold hair crown and two tones pumps.

About Last Night: the #MetGala Haim Sisters

Charlotte Casiraghi

Ballgowns have us feeling like a Princess but when real royalty knocks us dead in light-hearted yellow frills we can’t help but take notice. Recreate Charlotte’s look with Zarankova’s Euphoria dress, floral pumps and a neutral bag.

About Last Night: the #MetGala Charlotte Casiraghi

Allison Williams

Girls got skills and some great side stomach in a long, cut-out Peter Pilotto dress. We duplicated the pattern and the inclination to show some skin in this Terry Jolo Brand Medusa-inspired Zipper dress paired with gold pumps and an ear cuff.

About Last Night: the #MetGala Allison Williams

Karlie Kloss

We’re a huge fan of Karlie, especially in the white cut out dress by Brandon Maxwell. She and the designer actually pulled out the scissors to turn this maxi into a mini for the party May 2nd. Don’t worry Karlie! We’ve got you covered in this Raimana Cowan Cutout dress with metallic bag and studded pumps!

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