Nicole Kidman reveals the ‘big regret’ that inspired the 2024 Met Gala outfit

Nicole Kidman’s Met Gala look was inspired by a “big regret” in her life.

The 56-year-old stepped out in a Balenciaga dress at the star-studded fashion event – which was themed “Sleeping Beauties: Awakening Fashion” – on Monday (06.05.24), and she saw the dress for the first time in a photo taken. by the late Richard Avedon.

She told E! News: “I loved the idea that I never had the opportunity to work with Avedon, I wanted to work with him.

“He was ill and he passed away, and it’s a big regret. So I’m wearing a dress that was inspired by – I saw it in a photo he took and I said, ‘I.’ hope I can bring this back to life.’ ‘

“It’s also a celebration of a photographer and a dress.”

She loved the theme of this year’s annual gathering, explaining how much it meant a lot to “bring these dresses back to life.”

She added: “Just the idea of ​​the past, present and future coming together, and these beautiful couture dresses.”

Nicole pointed out that the effort put into the outfits adds another layer to the occasion.

She explained: “You forget, the people who make these dresses, they put so much time into it – look, it’s exquisite

“The artist who made it. I watched them do it, I see the love they put into it. We carry their art for them.”

In 2022, Nicole caused a stir when she graced the cover of Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood issue in a daring ensemble featuring an ultra-short Miu Miu mini skirt and crop top to match her outfit that divided fans and attracted fans. online reviews.

Reflecting on her controversial look, she then insisted that she likes to take fashion risks and doesn’t think about the consequences.

She told Australian magazine Stellar: “I make the most random, crazy choices. I call them “teenage choices” because I never think about the consequences,

“Part of my brain just doesn’t think like that. I just say, “Oh, I’ll wear that; It reminds me of my school uniform. Or, ‘Oh my God, yeah, I’d love to do that.’ I try to (stay) in this place because I think otherwise we get scared or worried.