RITA Ora went underwear-free in a daring see-through dress as she walked the Met Gala carpet with husband Taika Waititi.
The singer, 32, looked great in the fishtail frock which had a huge flowing cape that trailed behind her.
Rita’s manicured nails dripped with bling as did her wrists which were adorned with gold and silver bangles.
Her smoky eyes worked the camera perfectly as she posed side by side with her Oscar-winning director husband, 47.
Taika tucked a hand inside his white trousers which were visible underneath his grey suit dress, which perfectly complemented his salt and pepper buzz cut.
The Met Gala, or the Met Ball, is a fundraiser event hosted by the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
For 2023, the Met Gala’s theme was Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty, meant to honour the late Karl Lagerfeld, a regular attendee at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute.
Rita paid tribute to the late designer on Sunday, stepping out in the same bespoke corset she wore at the Bal De La Rose Du Rocher with him in 2013.
She wrote: “In memory of Karl I had to bring back this custom piece he made me for a Chanel show performance I did with him in Monaco back in 2016. See you tomorrow!!”
The annual event marks the opening of the costume event and serves as a fundraiser for the organisation.
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Each year, the Met Gala takes place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City.
The invite-only event highlights different fashion eras, with each theme celebrating a powerful moment in design.
Individual tickets to the Met Gala are reported to cost over $30,000, which is a steep incline since Vogue boss Anna Wintour took over the running of the event in 1995 when tickets were just $1,000.
There is also the option of purchasing a table, which set attendees back at least $275,000.
However, many celebrities that attend this event don’t actually end up paying for their tickets and costumes.
Each celeb’s outfit is usually bankrolled by major fashion houses, in exchange for exposure and the goodwill of attending a charitable event.