Priyanka Chopra wears trench coat dress to Met Gala, Twitter has field day

Priyanka Chopra's dress has been compared to a 'pocha', a desert and the outfits worn by police officers.

FP Staff May 02, 2017 20:47:46 IST
Priyanka Chopra wears trench coat dress to Met Gala, Twitter has field day

The Met Gala, which is the annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, was held recently, and Priyanka Chopra stole the spotlight at this event with her Ralph Lauren trench coat dress.

Priyanka Chopra wears trench coat dress to Met Gala Twitter has field day

Priyanka Chopra. Photo by AFP.

This year, the stars paid tribute to honoree Rei Kawakubo, and the celebrities who donned outfits by the Commes des Garcons designer stood out. Priyanka Chopra was lauded for her outfit this year, just as she was at the People's Choice Awards for two years in a row, the Oscars 2016 and several other awards shows.

While the Quantico actress' dress received a thumbs-up from fashion designers, it also caught the eye of Twitterati, who did not take very long to crack jokes about it. While some made fun of its length, others were amused by its colour. There were also a lot of Swachh Bharat jokes.

Priyanka Chopra will be seen next in Baywatch, which is scheduled to release on 10 May, 2017. She stars with Vin Diesel and Zac Efron, and plays the role of antagonist Victoria Leeds in it.

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