Now this is how you do Ready to Wear! Moda Operandi is offering unprecedented access to the most-coveted creations from the 2013 Met Gala. Do you know what this means? You can own the very same dress that Gisele Bundchen wore to the 2013 Met Ball–straight off the red carpet. Or Taylor Swift‘s J.Mendel, or Constance Jablonski‘s Wes Gordon moment. And in your size, even more bang for your buck!
Let’s get into specifics. How much does it cost to own a dress like this?
Kate Bosworth’s Balmain Body Con dress costs $26,000. Olivia Wilde’s Calvin Klein Satin Bandeau Dress? $10,000. Kate Mara’s Delpozo Dress costs $8,500. Bundchen’s Anthony Vaccarello’s Macrame one sleeve halter dress is $5,290. Fellow model Anja Rubik’s dress is on sale for $7,405.
Swift’s J.Mendel Lace Pleated Back Gown may be preordered for $8,990. The J.Mendel Organza Stripe Gown that Chanel Iman wore can be preordered for $5,600. Carolyn Murphy‘s Nina Ricci Embroidered Lace Dress is a cool $11, 000 while Elettra Wiedemann’s Prabal Gurung gown will sell for $12,495 with satin cape, however the additional cranks it up to $15,195. Emma Watson‘s Prabal Gurung gown with high slit is on sale for $4,495.
Rodarte dressed and accompanied Fanning sisters Elle and Dakota; Elle’s dress retails for $5,980 and Dakota’s for $8,510. Jablonski‘s Wes Gordon moment we mentioned earlier? It will cost you $35,610.
The dresses are sized from 2-14 and when you preorder, you must deposit half of the amount of the piece. Oh, and you have seven days until the trunk show ends… not that we think it will everything will last that long.