Go Inside the 2018 Met Gala with Designer Michael Kors and His Fabulously Dressed Guests
NAOMI WATTS & MICHAEL KORS
Michael Kors has been a Met Gala vet for decades, and the designer always seems to have a fabulous posse of "best dressed" celebrities standing with him on the carpet. This year was no exception. Kors dressed five powerful, diverse females in beautiful hand-embroidered Michael Kors Collection gowns (that took a large team of talented people to create!). On his list? A-list actress Naomi Watts, whose brother, Ben Watts shared gorgeous photos of the evening exclusively with PEOPLE. Below get the scoop on Naomi's golden gown and click through the rest of the gallery for the style stats on the rest of the stars Kors dressed.
How Long It Took to Make: Dress: 7,462 hours Cape: 800 hours
The Details: The embroidery on this gown was created using antique gold bullion, plated cyrstals and metal sequins. Even more impressive? More than 9,000 crystals were used in different shapes sizes and hand-made buttons are featured on th cape.
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
How Long It Took to Make: 885 hours
The Details: Think pink! Approximately 250,000 sequins and beads were used to craft the Blackish star's vibrant racerback gown, which she teamed with a coat "inspired by the robes Catholic priests wear on Laetare (Rejoice) Sunday to mark the joyous half-way point to Easter," according to the star.
How Long It Took to Make: 2,060 hours
The Details: You're looking at about 1,350,000 sequins covering the Insecure actress's heavily embroidered damask-patterned, black-and-gold gown.
How Long It Took to Make: 550 hours
The Details: The model has attended the Met Gala for close to a decade, and this year marked the third time she collaborated with Kors. Her crimson strapless gown is embroidered with metal ribbon along with over 2,000 crystals mixed in with a few golden-cut beads for added impact.
How Long It Took to Make: 185 hours
The Details: Talk about a better from the back moment. The Romanian model's backless gown features 67,500 sequins scattered across the front panel alone. (She's basically a walking Kira, Kira filter.)