The supermodel, 25, showed up to Manhattan’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday, May 2, in head to toe Hollywood glam, stunning in a sheer white Saint Laurent number she complimented with a mesmerizing white cape with feathers. She completed her idyllic look with a sleek updo.
Hailey paired the cream look with sleek top knot, black pantyhose and strappy peep-toe stilettos, telling Vogue that she was channeling supermodel Jerry Hall. To no one's surprise, the 25-year-old rose up to the occasion when it came to the night's theme: In America: An Anthology of Fashion.
Though she wasn't joined by her husband this time around, Hailey and Justin looked as glamorous as ever at the 2021 Met Gala, which was an especially important event for the power couple, as it was the same day as their third anniversary.
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Meanwhile, Justin, 28, showed his wife love and support from afar this year, with him showing off Hailey's look for the night on Instagram. The "Ghost" musician first posted a story to his page of Hailey striking a pose on the carpet while showing off her striking jaw line and cheek bone. Justin captioned the sexy snap with several rocket emojis. He then offered more glimpses of Hailey via his Instagram Story.
Justin is anything but shy when it comes to boasting about his wife, often taking to social media to praise her for always standing by his side — and being so beautiful.
And as for why the Grammy award winner wasn't by his wife's side at the star-studded event? Well, the Biebs was most likely in the midst of his Justice World Tour. As OK! reported, the handsome hunk is back on the road after having to pause the tour because several members of his team tested positive for COVID-19.