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Beyoncé goes sheer at Met Gala

Published 05/05/2015

Beyoncé Knowles
Beyoncé Knowles

Celebrities showed off their sheer beauty at the 2015 Met Gala in New York on Monday evening.

The 33-year-old songstress made jaws drop when she arrived at the Big Apple's Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday wearing a sheer Givenchy gown. Covering her modesty were a range of pink, yellow, green and silver gems, which also covered the bottom of the skirt.

While there was little left to the imagination, the outfit certainly highlighted her hourglass curves as she struck an array of poses for photographers. To even out the dramatic look Beyoncé kept her make-up minimal with light pink lips and a subtle cat eye, pulling her hair into a super high ponytail to give all attention to the dress.

Another star whose outfit turned heads yesterday was Kim Kardashian, who also put her flesh on display in a revealing Roberto Cavalli piece. The ivory colour of the delicate lace and embellished design worked perfectly against her dark tresses, which were worn up in a neat ponytail.

The gown cried glamour, especially with its feathered train which followed her as she walked the red carpet. Like Beyoncé, Kim went simple with her beauty look and wore a nude lip and a slick of mascara.

Many were quick to point out the similarities between Kim's outfit and Beyoncé's 2012 Met Gala number, which also featured a similar train and embellishment, but that didn't stop the reality star from oozing confidence.

Jennifer Lopez was another big name who attended the event, and she followed the sheer trend in an Atelier Versace gown that appeared to reveal she wasn't wearing any underwear. What made her stand out from fellow celebs was the ruby coloured gems covering her dress, giving her outfit a siren touch.

Her eyes were decorated with a subtle rust-coloured eye shadow, while her dark blonde hair was worn down and straight.

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