- Megan Fox attended the “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” Met Gala in New York City on Monday.
- She wore a red Dundas gown, which had long sleeves, crisscross cutouts, and a high slit.
- Fox also debuted a new hairstyle: a hip-length braid with blunt bangs.
She arrived at the “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” event in a crystal-covered, long-sleeved gown with daring details. The red dress had a plunging V-shaped neckline with crisscross straps across her chest, and matching cutouts at her sides.
The custom Dundas design also had a floor-length skirt with a tall slit that revealed her satin platform sandals, and a long train that extended behind her.
Fox’s gown was equally daring from behind. It was backless, showing off her numerous tattoos, and had a thin strap just above her hips.
The actress completed her look with red lipstick, statement red jewels — including a ring and drop earrings — blunt bangs, and a long braid that reached her hips.
Speaking with Vogue on the red carpet, Fox thanked those who made her gown and said each bead was embroidered by hand. She also added that her dress could be considered American fashion because it’s “on an American girl.”
E! later reported that it took 50 people to embroider the gown, and it had to be shipped in pieces and put back together once it arrived in New York.