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Met Gala 2013 Topshop designs to be available to buy on the high street
Nicole Richie looked show-stopping on Monday evening as she posed in front of the cameras at the Met Gala wearing a frosted white beehive to match her embellished, bespoke ballgown by Topshop.
The socialite and mother-of-two wasn't the only star to saunter up red carpet in a custom-made Topshop number either. The British retailer dressed five stars at the black tie event including model and face of the brand, Jourdan Dunn who wore a beaded mini dress featuring a leather embellished waistband and sheer maxi skirt overlay.
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In fact, Topshop seemed to be the label of choice at the event, dressing more stars than any other designer that night. Actress Jaime King opted for a flattering black silk tuxedo suit and Chantilly lace blouse while Julianne Hough stepped out in a princess-cut tulle dress with a light grey spider-web pattern.
Topshop heiress Chloe Green also sported a dazzling black LBD from the brand to the event as did Revenge star Ashley Madekwe who wore a column maxi dress with a detailed sequined shell design.
Now, the Topshop Met Ball dresses are set to hit the UK high street as part of the brand's Limited Edition line. The custom-made gowns with be made available for purchase –with prices ranging from £300 to £500 – at the Oxford Circus flagship in London, as well as in the New York and LA stores, and online at topshop.com.
So if you're a fan of Nicole Richie's diamante-encrusted number or Jaime King's fitted suit, these designs could make it into your wardrobe just in time for the Christmas party season to begin.
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