Olivia Wilde wears same Met Gala dress as another guest, leaving fans cringing

Olivia Wilde has suffered a fashion faux pas at the 2023 Met Gala as she showed up in the same outfit as another guest.

The 39-year-old showed up to the annual event wearing the same look as filmmaker and Vogue China editor Margaret Zhang.

The Don't Worry Darling director went for a white, floor-length Chloé gown, which was inspired by a design from the late Karl Lagerfeld which featured a gold, violin-shaped design on the front.

Olivia looked as stunning as ever in the look but so did Margaret, who wore the exact same dress but in black.

Fans took to social media to discuss the awkward moment while others simply wondered how it was allowed to happen due to the months that celebs put into planning their dresses for the Met Gala.

One person said: "They're so brave for not going home immediately," as another added: "Omg RIP to whoever is getting fired for this."

A third wrote: "The DRAMA."

"FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT," another tweeted, with someone adding: "They should hide away for the next year."

Another commented: "Well that's embarrassing."

Meanwhile, someone simply asked how was it even possible that this was able to happen.

As someone else wrote: "I thought all the outfits were approved beforehand? Someone's in trouble."

It is rare for stars to end up wearing the same outfit to the Met Gala due to looks being approved beforehand, but due to the theme celebrating Karl Lagerfeld, it may have happened due to many guests wearing outfits that were inspired from his creations.

Olivia's dress was made by Chloé designer Gabriela Hearst and she opened up to Vogue that it was based on a gown Karl had created back in 1983.

Vogue reported: "It’s from Chloé’s spring 1983 collection, which was entirely inspired by music.

"This particular look referenced a violin crafted by a 17th century Italian luthier named Nicola Amati."

Gabriela told the news outlet: "What I loved about the original design was the musical inspiration of it, and the surrealistic touch on it.

"There was something quite timeless that we could bring back to the Met Gala in 2023."

It is not known who created Margaret's dress, but there were some slight differences to her look compared to Olivia's.

As well as being different colours, they also had different bottom halves.

Olivia's dress had a thinner bottom as Margaret's dress got wider near the ends and had a longer train with gold embroidery.


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