Celebrities, fashion icons, and music stars arrived in New York to celebrate the opening of the latest exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, "China: Through the Looking Glass.”
While many people look at the Met Gala as the pinnacle of red carpet fashion, none of the elaborate gowns or custom tailored suits are ever complete without its accessories. From decorated headpieces to sophisticated boutonnieres, we were in awe at some of the memorable looks!
However, despite photographs from over 225 photographers who were all personally hand chosen by Anna Wintour herself, there is still one question that we were left asking. What fragrances do you think the stars paired with their one-of-a-kind looks?
Here are some of scents that we think the stars used to complete their looks!
Mother Nature has been teasing us with glimpses of warmer weather and in turn, our daydreams have been filled with tropical islands and girly cocktails. Unfortunately, summer is still quite some time away and that’s why we’re putting the scent spotlight on Serge Lutens’ Datura Noir. The women’s fragrance features island fruits with just the right amount of warmth and spice to make this winter time appropriate.
Datura Noir is dark and seductive, but has a vibrant and playful side that becomes evident as it wears throughout the day. Created by perfumer Chris Sheldrake, this fragrance can be worn day or night, but would be absolutely magical for a night out with the girls and positively captivating on a date with that special someone. Datura Noir by Serge Lutens contains notes of coconut, tonka bean, lemon blossom, mandarin orange peel, tuberose, almond, musk, heliotrope, Chinese osmanthus, myrrh, apricot, and vanilla.
We can’t get enough of this fruity, oriental vanilla scent – does it sound like something your collection is missing?