Demi Moore dons jaw-dropping dress to Met Gala – made from wallpaper and took 11,000 hours to embroider

Yesterday’s 2024 Met Gala showcased an array of eccentric and captivating outfits, but actress Demi Moore undoubtedly stole the spotlight with her attire, which may have been the most attention-grabbing of them all.

Making her first appearance at the event in five years, the 61-year-old graced the Met Gala red carpet adorned in a gown crafted from an unexpected material – wallpaper!

Moore’s outfit featured heart-shaped wings extending from her sides, adorned with a pink-and-white floral design, complemented by dazzling diamond jewelry from Cartier.

Despite its unconventional construction, Moore expressed that the dress was surprisingly lightweight, even sparking a desire to dance the rumba.

Crafted by designer Harris Reed, the elegant gown was a labor of love, taking an astonishing 11,000 hours of silk embroidery to complete.

Explaining the inspiration behind the creation, Reed highlighted a stunning Cartier necklace worn by Moore, which evoked a floral motif, inspiring the entire ensemble. The gown, constructed from vintage archival wallpaper, was repurposed to embody the concept of Moore blossoming on the red carpet.

Moore’s previous appearance at the Met Gala was in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, where she opted for an all-black Saint Laurent gown with a plunging neckline.

Recently, Moore turned heads at Dolce and Gabbana’s 40th anniversary party with her striking fashion choice. Wearing a sheer black dress with minimalist undergarments and classic black heels, Moore exuded elegance. With minimal makeup and her dark locks cascading down, she captivated onlookers with her timeless beauty.

Fans lauded Moore’s age-defying appearance, with many expressing admiration for her and other ageless icons like Cher and Madonna, praising their graceful aging and hoping to emulate their beauty in the future.