Naomi Osaka in custom Louis Vuitton at the Met Gala: amazing or meh?

Naomi Osaka was one of the co-chairs of the Met Gala, and she ended up wearing one of her sponsors, Louis Vuitton (she’s a brand ambassador). The ensemble was co-designed by her sister, Mari Osaka, but Naomi’s date was Cordae, her boyfriend. This surprised me! There’s been low-key gossip online that part of the reason why Osaka was out-of-sorts during the North American hardcourt tournaments was because she and Cordae had perhaps broken up. But I guess not. They didn’t coordinate looks though! As for Naomi’s look… it was a lot of styling, especially with the hair and the pink makeup smeared all over her eyes and cheeks.

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Timothee Chalamet was co-chair of the gala, and he wore a shiny white Haider Ackermann suit with busted sneakers. He was cute posing with his other co-chairs though.

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Adrian Brody & Georgina Chapman walked the carpet together in Cannes a few months ago and people were fine with it, so they decided to go to the Met Gala together too. They really seem like an odd couple, and yet they make a lot of sense? It’s weird.

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Kris Jenner in a Tom Ford tuxedo. The look was solid, honestly. I thought Kris looked great.

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15 Responses to “Naomi Osaka in custom Louis Vuitton at the Met Gala: amazing or meh?”

  1. Northerngirl says:

    Isn’t Kiss Jenner always dress like this..? It feels like her uniform, this black tuxedo.

    • Emma says:

      Yeah. I have rarely thought Kris looked really good. So often she wears a boxy suit which is so unflattering for her shape and face.

  2. Jess says:

    Naomi no….it’s just not quite there. I’m surprised timothee was so…tame for him?

  3. koko says:

    Love Georginas dress, but I’m more classic than modern.
    And it’s a Meh on whatever Naomi is wearing.

  4. Scrambled Eggs says:

    I loved Naomi Osaka’s outfit, and how bold her styling and attitude were. I also enjoyed hearing her reasoning behind it–that it represents her Haitian and her Japanese heritage, while also representing how America and Americans can be a mix of many different cultures. So many outfits were off theme or boring last night, so this was fun to see.

    • BeanieBean says:

      She’s my favorite in this post. I love fashiony things! She looks fabulous!

    • Mei says:

      This is interesting! I wonder if it had been just different shades of red rather than blue and purple and red it would still have meant the same. Just thinking purely red and black for the overall look would have been much more striking than the blue and purple which makes it look mismatched.

  5. tamsin says:

    I enjoyed Naomi’s outfit. At first, I thought the pink make-up running down from her eyes gave her a clownish look, and then on second look, it started to look like the tears. Whatever the idea behind it, I didn’t get it and it took away from Naomi’s beautiful face.

  6. Chaine says:

    Kris has on her same boring black 80s looking uniform and with all that tweaking her face is starting to remind me of one of those “living Ken doll” guys.

  7. Bettyrose says:

    Naomi Osaka’s look is art. And it was thoughtfully designed. There’s not really many places to wear it but the Met Gala, so hope it’ll find a home in a permanent exhibit somewhere.

  8. Oya says:

    Kris looks like a matador …or a dom in black. lol

  9. SarahCS says:

    I LOVE when people have masks that match/coordinate with their outfit.

  10. Annetommy says:

    Adrien elegant as ever and I like them as a couple. I wish Georgina would leave her naturally pretty face alone though.

  11. Sophia says:

    Kris Jenner’s suit is McQueen.

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