The pair’s bold outfit certainly caught the eye as they made their first public appearance since tying the knot in Palm Springs last month
Newlyweds Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz-Beckham were awarded this year’s Met Gala’s “best dressed couple” by viewers on social media.
The pair’s bold outfits certainly caught the eye as they made their first public appearance since tying the knot in Palm Springs last month.
Nicole decided to chance a daring off-the-shoulder fuchsia dress with matching handbag. Brooklyn meanwhile went for an all-white suit with white trainers, completed with a sheer shirt.
The couple made a statement as an engaged couple last September as Nicola wore a pink Valentino gown paired with blush gloves, while Brooklyn wore a black suit with platform shoes at his first Met Ball appearance.
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One Twitter user said: “Nicola and Brooklyn r (sic) the best dressed couple this year ..”.
However, they had some strong competition to claim the title as several celebrity couples dressed to impress at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Former NBA star Dwyane Wade and actress wife Gabrielle Union also shone on the red carpet. Wade risked a white suit without a shirt, which was finished off with black shoes and a cane.
Union wore a beautiful flowing silver sparkling dress which had a red flower style bow attached to her midriff, which fans certainly appreciated.
One Twitter user said: “We are not appreciating Gabrielle Union enough, LOOK AT HER.”
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Another added: “The fact that Gabrielle Union included the history of black people in the Gilded era into her outfit is one things I’ve absolutely loved tonight.”
Other couples who brought style to the red carpet were singer Lily Allen and her American actor husband David Habour, model Jodie Turner-Smith – who wore a daring silver and peach dress – and actor Joshua Jackson, while Blake Lively stole the show as she unwrapped herself to reveal a second stunning outfit alongside her husband Ryan Reynolds, who were co-chairs for the event.
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