Vanessa Hudgens Goes Goth In Sheer, Black Lace Gown For Met Gala – Hollywood Life

Vanessa Hudgens Goes Goth In Sheer, Black Lace Gown For Met Gala – Hollywood Life

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Vanessa Hudgens is proving she’s a force to be reckoned with at this year’s Met Gala! The 33-year-old went full-on gilded glamour for her look, rocking a sheer black gown and gorgeous braided bun with silver features. As one of this year’s hosts, the tick tick…BOOM! actress stunned in a long-sleeve, Victorian-style dress, winking at the past with lace detail while featuring modern touches, like a sheer fabric that was nothing short of sexy. Vanessa’s glam was also on-point, with a sultry smokey-eye and pale pink lip gloss while she accessorized with sparkling drop earrings, multiple rings, and a cuff on her right wrist. 

Vanessa is ready for her station tonight as one of the event’s co-hosts, along with media personality La La Anthony. The ladies are joining Vogue‘s Editor-At-Large Hamish Bowles — a fashionable man-about-town himself.

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Vanesa Hudgens stuns in gothic gilded-era glamour (David Fisher/Shutterstock).

In addition to her Met appearance, Vanessa most recently stunned on the Oscars red carpet! The 33-year-old made an early appearance in a long black sequin gown with cutouts by Michael Kors as she posed at the Dolby Theatre on March 27. The dress featured a low cut, amplifying her High Jewelry Emerald necklace with over 23 carats of Bvlgari Emeralds and a matching pair of High Jewelry earrings and ring all set in white gold.

The High School Musical alum kept the rest of her accessories simple with a gold Cartier LOVE bracelet, worth $6,900.00. The rest of Vanessa’s glam was on point, too: the raven haired beauty channeled the ’90s with a glam up-do, letting her glowing skin shine under the Los Angeles sun.

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Vanessa Hudgens at the 2022 Oscars (Shutterstock).

This year is Vanessa’s first year co-hosting fashion’s biggest night for Vogue with their second-ever live stream of the occasion. The theme this year, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, prompted guests to abide by the dress code “gilded glamour and white tie.” The instructions guided guests to channel the time period between 1870 to 1890, which “[asked] its attendees to embody the grandeur — and perhaps the dichotomy — of Gilded Age New York,” Vogue previously revealed.


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