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When we first got word that Jessica Alba was working with Tory Burch to create a dress for this year’s punk-themed Met Ball, we were eager to get a behind-the-scenes look at the experience. Luckily, the Tory Burch team agreed to capture all of the memorable moments–from the first sketches to the final look– leading up to the big event.
We talked to Burch and Alba about the design process, what they love about punk, and more, so keep reading to see details of Alba’s fitting and preperation for the red carpet and our exclusive Q&A with Alba and Burch.
How did you collaborate on the dress? JESSICA ALBA: Tory presented some really beautiful options. We chatted about what materials and silhouettes are most flattering on me, and we put the concepts together. TORY BURCH: I found a beautiful laser-cut leather and asked Brad [Goreski, Alba's stylist] about whether it would be a good option for Jessica. They liked the idea, and we then came up with several sketches and she picked the graphic cutout fishtail silhouette.
What excited you most about working with each other? JESSICA: I look up to Tory as a businesswoman and designer. She has exquisite taste, and her pieces reflect that. TORY: Jessica is an incredible person and a good friend. In addition to being an actor, she’s an entrepreneur and a devoted mother, so we always have a lot to talk about.
Is the laser-cut pattern based on something, or was it designed by the Tory Burch team? TORY: The laser-cut pattern is a floral design. I love the idea of using a tough material and making it feminine with a floral element.
What about punk culture, music, and fashion inspires you to translate this to your Met Ball gown? JESSICA: Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen have always been inspirations of mine (even one of The Honest Company’s signature diaper patterns features skulls). My dog is named after Sid Vicious. I love the Sex Pistols and The Pixies. The satirical nature, social commentary, and political issues of the punk movement that are expressed through fashion and music is something that I have always gravitated toward.
Jess attended the Costume Institute Gala for the ‘PUNK: Chaos to Couture’ exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City yesterday. She posed with ‘Once Upon A Time’ actress Ginnifer Goodwin, Cash Warren and designer of the dress. Jessica was wearing beautiful Tory Burch dress with a pair of Christian Louboutin platform sandals. Check out the images below!