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Met Gala 2014: Taylor's Cat Attack, Chrissy's Outrageous Extensions and More Sneak Peeks Before the Big Night

May/05/2014 at 06:13 PM ET

Chrissy Teigen getting ready for MET GalaCourtesy Chrissy Teigen

Tonight’s the big night! The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala (newly renamed the Anna Wintour Costume Center and otherwise known as the Fashion Prom) is only hours away and we have spent the day finding the best social moments that you can’t miss. With tables full of makeup, animal attacks and beauty teams galore, it’s crazy to see how much work has lead up to tonight’s event.

RELATED: See all the Met Gala coverage so far — and everything from tonight!

Who had your favorite social moment of the night? Let us know in the comments below!

–John Soper

Ivanka Trump Dishes on What Inspired Her Wallet-Friendly Fall Line

Oct/25/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

How did designer Ivanka Trump get ideas for her latest collections of clothing and accessories? By walking through her hometown and museum-hopping.

“It’s a fashion homage to this great city,” Trump tells PEOPLE about her fall apparel, handbag, jewelry and footwear. “The central inspiration was a walk through New York. So we have a MoMA-inspired collection, a Metropolitan Museum of Art collection and a floral collection evocative of the seasonal flowers in Central Park.”

Trump also reveals the type of woman she designs for, and that woman happens to sound a lot like the mogul herself. “She is professional, smart, polished, sophisticated, but youthful and likes to have fun,” the designer explains. She adds that it’s key to create clothing for women who are working, but also have a social life, saying that the transition “from day-to-night is very important to me.”

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Ivanka Trump Makes Aspiring Jewelry Designer's Wish Come True

Aug/08/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

When Ivanka Trump met teen jewelry designer Linda Cifuentes in May, the day was filled with lots of laughter. But just months before, Cifuentes’s life hadn’t been so happy.

Adopted two years ago, 16-year-old Cifuentes was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma earlier this year. As she battled the disease from her hospital bed, her mother brought her beads to make jewelry with. In time, she realized she had quite a talent — and a passion was born.

Now in remission — and busy planning her Quinceañera — Cifuentes was recently granted a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and got to spend a day with Trump at her SoHo jewelry boutique. Her family — four of her sisters, plus her parents — came along for the trip, spending a weekend at the Trump SoHo hotel.

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Chic Clicks: Katie Holmes Makes TV Cameo, Gwyneth Paltrow Launches GOOP Collection

Jul/03/2012 at 01:30 PM ET

Katie Holmes Spring Style
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–What divorce? It was business as usual on Monday for Katie Holmes, who taped her scheduled Project Runway appearance despite her personal drama  [Fashionista]

Gwyneth Paltrow‘s lifestyle website is expanding into clothing; the star just launched the GOOP Collection [ELLE]

–Check out the chic front row at Chanel’s Couture show in Paris [FabSugar]

–Your inner fourth-grade self should be squealing with delight: the Spice Girls’ costumes are going up for auction [FashionETC]

Ivanka Trump is working on a sunglasses line to add to her successful namesake brand [WWD]

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Ivanka Trump's First Fashion Show: Classic Cuts, Bold Hues and ... the Donald

Mar/29/2012 at 10:30 AM ET

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What do you get when you mix a socialite-cum-businesswoman, a collection of colorful work wear and Donald and Ivana Trump? Ivanka Trump’s first-ever fashion show, a celebration of her new namesake clothing collection, held at New York’s Lord & Taylor department store Wednesday night.

“It felt great,” she told PEOPLE after the show. “This is … one of these fun things that every child dreams about, so it’s a great honor for me.”

Though Trump didn’t grow up wanting to design — “I obviously love fashion, and I was exposed to it throughout my childhood,” she shared — in adulthood she saw a need for her ideas in the women’s wear world. “I felt there was a void for people like myself who are working, and want to dress in a way that’s feminine, that’s powerful, that’s elegant, and want to do so in a conscientious manner when it comes to budget,” she explained. “So that’s what we try to do with this collection.”

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Ivanka Trump's Jewelry Line Has a Super-Famous Fan

Jan/11/2012 at 10:30 AM ET

Ivanka Trump Jewelry
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Ivanka Trump has been icing the wrists and ears of Hollywood stars with her namesake jewelry line for years now, but there’s one celebrity fan in particular that she’s extra proud to name drop these days.

Speaking to InStyle last week before accepting a Good Award from the Diamond Empowerment Fund, Trump discussed the “Oval Os” she was wearing — 18-karat white-gold earrings that feature 11.56 carats of diamonds. “I now call them my Oprah Os because she loves them,” the new mom revealed.

Winfrey may be one of few fans who can afford them; the large earrings go for $38,000, the medium (3.71 carats) for $13,000 and a small pair (1.23 carats) for $5,700. “O” my!

“I characterize my jewelry collection as timeless and glamorous but always classic,” Trump told PEOPLE in 2010. “I’ve added femininity and a modern twist to jewelry that resonates with both younger woman and an older consumer.” Tell us: What’s the most expensive piece of jewelry you’ve ever purchased?

WHO WILL BRING THE BLING TO THE GOLDEN GLOBES? VOTE NOW!

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Ivanka Trump Denies Copying Derek Lam's Design

Dec/22/2011 at 06:00 PM ET

Ivanka Trump Sued by Derek Lam
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Though she’s only been in the shoe game a couple of years, Ivanka Trump has stepped on some pretty big toes, according to one footwear designer.

WWD reports that the new mom, who also helms an eponymous jewelry collection, received a cease-and-desist letter from Derek Lam, who claims one of her designs is an exact replica of his.

“We have seen very similar copies before but we have never seen a shoe that perfectly copied,” Jan-Hendrik Schlottmann, chief executive officer of Derek Lam, told WWD.  The shoe in question, a $150 Cadie wedge from the Ivanka Trump Footwear Collection, is said to be knock-off of Lam’s $780 “Ayami” design (for a side by side comparison, click here.)

But Marc Fisher Footwear, the collection’s distributor, strongly denies the claims.

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