We’re Still Not Over Rachel Brosnahan’s Totally Sheer, Gothic 2023 Met Gala Gown

The actress stole the show at Monday evening’s fashion event.
Rachel Brosnahan

Rachel Brosnahan.

Rachel Brosnahan turned heads at the Met Gala in New York City on Monday evening. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star donned a gorgeously gothic gown by designer Sergio Hudson—which featured a completely sheer top.

The stunning ensemble, styled by Alexandra Mandelkorn, included a long sleeve sheer black top with expertly-placed black gems across the bust and down the sleeves. The ultra low-waisted skirt featured a long train, while Brosnahan also donned a tuxedo-like jacket over top in several snapshots.

The 32-year-old actress showed off her immaculate look on Instagram days after fashion’s biggest night and took the time to thank her glam team.

“Thank you @voguemagazine for a beautiful night at the Met and thank you to the brilliant @sergiohudson for this 90’s inspired gothic dream of a gown. 🕸️ 🖤🕷️,” Brosnahan wrote in part of her caption.

Hairstylist Owen Gould pulled the star’s long dark locks back into a sleek and knotted ponytail, while makeup artist Lisa Haron opted for a bold smokey eye and a terracotta-colored lip. Brosnahan’s outfit was accented by Simon G. Jewelry, including an intricate ear cuff and lots of rings on her fingers. Her gothic manicure by Gina Eppolito pulled the entire look together.

We’re not the only ones obsessing over Brosnahan’s chic outfit, as plenty of her 894,000 IG followers piped in to the comments section with compliments.

“Nice lewk!!!🔥,” wrote Chelsea Handler.

“For crying out loud 🔥🔥🔥,” added Laura Brown.

“It’s like you’re walking around in water!” Dominic Rains observed. “So cool! 🌟.”

“Wow. Just, WOW. 🙌,” stated Jenn Colella.

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