The Metropolitan Museum of Art 2011 Costume Institute Benefit gets Burberry to dress up its guests

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is most-often than never synonyms with high-profile events where glamorous people show off their best wares. And the Burberry event for the Metropolitan Museum of Art 2011 Costume Institute Benefit was never going to be short of oomph to begin with. The guests dressed themselves completely in Burberry for the event. The big names include Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Ryan Seacrest and Cara Delevingne among others. Huntington-Whiteley a British actress and model ensured that he was at her chic best in a sultry custom rose silk gown, nude python clutch and shoes. Seacrest looked dashing as ever in a sophisticated black two-button satin notch lapel tuxedo, black satin bow-tie and white pleated evening shirt.

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He was accompanied by his stunning girlfriend, Julianne Hough who was dressed in dark teal silk satin gill-pleated gown, and black leather studded sandals, well accessorized with a navy alligator clutch. British model Cara Delevingne looked drop-dead gorgeous in her custom gunmetal silk gown spotting silver beaded detail, a navy alligator clutch and black python shoes. Another hottie was British actor Douglas Booth who looked smashing in a daper ink one-button black grosgrain notch lapel tuxedo, white bib shirt, black grosgrain bow-tie and black patent dress shoes.

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