Bella Hadid wears a gown by Sunderland-born designer at Met Gala

Bella Hadid wore a custom-made gown by Gareth Pugh and Chrome Hearts to the opening of the 2018 Met Gala.

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Gareth Pugh, who studied at Southmoor School before moving to London to study at Central Saint Martins, took to Instagram to reveal the news.

Read Fashion North’s exclusive interview with Gareth right here.

The theme at this year’s Met Gala was ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,’ and Bella’s all-black ensemble was totally on-theme. The gown paired a latex de-constructed top with a long black skirt and lace train, which was decorated with the Catholic cross and chain details.

The leather bolero added instant edge to the look and matched the leather fingerless gloves which accessorised the outfit. The look was styled with a simple gold necklace and natural make-up, with chain detail decorating Bella’s hair.

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