galleryMet Costume Gala06.20.11galleryMet Costume GalaThe Costume Institute Gala, choreographed by Vogue's Anna Wintour and honoring late designer Alexander McQueen, featured stars from Blake Lively to Kate Hudson (and Donald Trump!). See pictures.06.20.11 7:00 AM ETStephen Lovekin / Getty ImagesBlake Lively and Karl Lagerfeld A newly redhead Blake Lively was, as usual, the belle of the ball: The Gossip Girl star, who is also the new face of Chanel, appeared in a design from the house—and on the arm of designer Karl Lagerfeld.Evan Angostini / AP Photo Jennifer Lopez with Marc Anthony When it came to high-wattage glamour, there was J.Lo, loyal to Gucci, in a magenta dress with appliqué flowers from their Fall/Winter 2011 collection.Peter Kramer / AP Photo Madonna Madonna looked every bit the star in a blue-green Stella McCartney silk dress embroidered with silver stars, reportedly inspired by the Duchess of Windsor. She paired it with vintage Cartier jewels, Sergio Rossi heels, and a beaded Dior clutch.Kevin Mazur, WireImage / Getty Images Anna Wintour Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour, the force behind the annual Costume Institute Gala, wore a colorful beaded dress by Chanel with dark sleeves and a high neck. She arrived with her 24-year-old daughter, Bee Shaffer, who wore a crimson Balenciaga dress with a train.Evan Agostini / AP Photo Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady Gisele Bündchen went big on Monday night, in a voluminous red dress from McQueen's Fall/Winter 2005 runway show, which was titled "The Man Who Knew Too Much."Larry Busacca Donald and Melania Trump Donald Trump sure knows how to get around: after being roasted at the White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night, Trump was back in New York on Monday—and was booed by crowds when he and his wife, Melania, appeared on the red carpet at the Met Gala.Evan Agostini / AP Photo Naomi Campbell Naomi Campbell, a close friend of McQueen's, has paid tribute to the late designer many times since his death. She attended his funeral service last February with his closest family, honored him onstage during her Fashion Show for Haiti Relief—and mourned her friend at his memorial service at St. Paul's Cathedral in September. And Campbell appeared to be carrying the torch on Monday night, in a white crystal embroidered Alexander McQueen dress.Sonia Moskowitz for Newsweek & The Daily Beast Diane Kruger Diane Kruger looked sultry in a beaded Jason Wu dress with a high slit from the Fall/Winter collection. She walked down the red carpet with the designer.Sonia Moskowitz for Newsweek & The Daily Beast Gwyneth Paltrow Gwyneth Paltrow, who wore her hair in messy curls, sparkled in a nude crystal long-sleeve embroidered gown by Stella McCartney.Sonia Moskowitz for Newsweek & The Daily Beast Rihanna Rihanna wore a black lace one-sleeve embroidered gown by Stella McCartney, which she dramatized with a waist-length braid and bright green Wilfredo Rosado emerald and black gold "Double Cog" earrings.Sonia Moskowitz for Newsweek & The Daily Beast Kate Hudson A pregnant Kate Hudson looked radiant in a gold stretch silk and crystal embroidered strapless gown by Stella McCartney and a small glittering headpiece.Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images Demi Moore Demi Moore certainly channeled Alexander McQueen, even though she didn't wear his designs. The actress appeared in a dramatic black dress with ostrich feathers and Swarovski crystals designed by fashion darling Prabal Gurung, which she paired with a fascinator hat by Philip Treacy.Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom Model Miranda Kerr, with her husband, Orlando Bloom, looked straight out of Black Swan in a tulle Marchesa dress and Nicholas Kirkwood heels.Sonia Moskowitz for Newsweek & The Daily Beast Penelope Cruz with Oscar de la Renta Penelope Cruz, in a black Oscar de la Renta gown and Chopard jewels, walked the red carpet with the designer.Evan Agostini / AP Photo Sarah Jessica Parker Sarah Jessica Parker, who famously attended the gala in 2006 in tartan plaid with Alexander McQueen by her side, honored the late designer with a simpler dress, also a McQueen, which was embroidered with crystal beads.Larry Busacca / Getty Images Renee Zellweger Renee Zellweger looked sleek and simple in a nude beaded dress by Carolina Herrera.Larry Busacca / Getty Images Daphne Guinness Daphne Guinness, a close friend and muse to Alexander McQueen, honored his spirit in a massive feathered corset dress from the line's Fall/Winter 2011 collection. "He was not just a designer, he was an artist," Guinness wrote of McQueen for The Daily Beast last year. "He was just so incredibly chic."Larry Busacca / Getty Images Zoe Saldana This was strong evidence for summer's neon trend: Zoe Saldana's bright green dress by Calvin Klein lit up the red carpet.Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images Sarah Burton The woman of the hour was Sarah Burton, the creative director at Alexander McQueen, who became a British national hero last week for designing Kate Middleton's wedding dress. As Burton said after the wedding: "It has been the experience of a lifetime to work with Catherine Middleton to create her wedding dress, and I have enjoyed every moment of it. It was such an incredible honour to be asked, and I am so proud of what we and the Alexander McQueen team have created…Alexander McQueen's designs are all about bringing contrasts together to create startling and beautiful clothes and I hope that by marrying traditional fabrics and lacework, with a modern structure and design we have created a beautiful dress for Catherine on her wedding day."Larry Busacca / Getty Images Liv Tyler Liv Tyler, who was accompanied by Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci, wore a long tulle dress from the Spring Couture 2011 runway.