Met Gala 2023: Priyanka Chopra made a dazzling entry in a thigh high-slit gown with a dramatic trail. She opted to twin in black with her husband-singer Nick Jonas, who kept it simple in a leather blazer paired with a crisp white shirt and black pants. The power couple twinned in black as they wore Valentino outfits. Before entering the venue, Priyanka and Nick Jonas waved, smiled and interacted with the paparazzi.
Priyanka styled her thigh-slit black off-shoulder gown with regal bell sleeves. She matched her white gloves with the sleeves of her dress. She rounded off her look in an 11-carat diamond necklace and her hairstyle added a pinch of extra drama to her look in a side-parted bun.
Priyanka made her debut at the Met Gala in 2017. The Bollywood icon, draped in a Ralph Lauren trench coat dress made the heads turn. While her entrance alongside Nick Jonas caused a stir, it was the trench coat dress's extended train that caught the fashion world's attention. ALSO READ: Met Gala 2023: Alia Bhatt makes dreamy debut in white embellished Prabal Gurung couture. See first pics
Chopra's sartorial prowess was in full display in 2018, as she flawlessly embodied the "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" theme with a deep ruby-red velvet gown. In 2019, Chopra's Met Gala look continued to stun audiences, showcasing a stunning display of whimsy and extravagance in a statement Dior gown, keeping in mind the dress code that pays homage to Susan Sontag's 1964 essay, "Notes on 'Camp'.
Referred to as "fashion's biggest night out," the Met Gala is a fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The event welcomes stars, young creatives, and industry paragons The annual fundraiser began in 1948. Publicist Eleanor Lambert came up with the idea to raise money for the newly opened Costume Institute exhibit. ALSO READ: Met Gala 2023: Gigi Hadid in black, Kardashians honouring Karl Lagerfeld to Jared Leto as cat | Outfit Check
This year's theme is "Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty," based on the new Costume Institute exhibition exploring the work of the iconic designer. Lagerfeld, who died in 2019 at the age of 85, spent decades creating clothes for Balmain, Patou, Chloe, Fendi and Chanel in addition to his own namesake label.