The highest peak is the meaning behind Blake Lively’s “dress change”. Changing the color of her dress is her way of paying tribute to Grand Central Terminal, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty.
Catching attention from the first minutes of appearing are the hosts of Met Gala 2022: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. Both are dressed very closely to this year’s theme. Reynolds wore a classic suit with a striking gold pocket watch. And Blake Lively took the spotlight with a sophisticated, artistic rose gold dress from Versace.
Blake Lively in front of hundreds of camera lenses directly “magicified” her dress, turning it from rose gold to blue in just a few minutes. The common point of this 2 but 1 dress is the metallic sheen on the outside, the right gilding according to the Met Gala theme.
Gently removing the curled fabric behind her hips, Blake Lively changed her dress very quickly under the cheers and enthusiastic response of the crowd. Obviously, she only wore one dress on the red carpet, but Blake Lively still successfully “fooled” the public that she owns two dresses. With just one dress, both she and Versace showed great intelligence and creativity.
Blake Lively told reporters about the inspiration for this design: “I looked at the architecture of New York City for this event and I loved the bronze terraces. I asked Versace if can we do it and they say, ‘Oh okay, let’s try!’ And we did it.”
The highest peak is the meaning behind Blake Lively’s “dress change”. Changing the color of her dress is her way of paying tribute to Grand Central Terminal, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty. The two colors of the skirt recreate the discoloration of the Statue of Liberty, which has oxidized over time.