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Finding Inspiration for Creative Web Design on the Red Carpet

Posted by on 21 May 2012

The Met Gala Costume Ball is the premiere fashion event of the year. Mingling on the red carpet are the industry’s most illustrious designers, and the best dressed, most watched trend setters of Hollywood. This event is a showcase of the latest innovations, inspirations and visions from the fashion world’s reigning leaders.

As one of the most talked about events of the year, expectations for finesse and avant-garde glamour on the red carpet are high. The looks are heavily critiqued by fans, bloggers and stylists and the competition to get the most buzz is fierce.

The colorful, bold patterns and rich textures seen on the red carpet can be great inspiration for eye catching style in a functional web design. The following recently re-branded websites were featured on Brand New, and look as though their designers may have been taking notes on this year’s turn out. 

Red Carpet images from style.com

1. Sochi 2014 (Winter Olympics)

http://www.sochi2014.com/ vs. (clockwise) Shailene Woodley in Christopher Kane, Giovanna Battaglia in Dolce and Gabbana, Linda Fargo in Naeem Khan

Museum of Discovery



http://www.nyx.com vs. (top to bottom) Cameron Silver in Nicole Miller, Isabel Lucas in Proenza Schouler


3. The Grand America Hotel

http://www.grandamerica.com vs. (clockwise) Leighton Meester in Marchesa, Miuccia Prada in her own design, Sarah Jessica Parker in Valentino Haute Couture



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