Blake Lively Crossed The Rope At The Kensington Palace Museum To Fix Her Dress
Actress, and fashion icon, Blake Lively edited her own exhibit at Kensington Palace
Met Gala Dress
Yesterday, Blake Lively stepped over the velvet rope to her fix exhibit at the Kensington Palace Museum. Both Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively visited the “Crown to Couture” exhibit, in London, where their 2022 Met Gala looks were featured on display.
When Blake saw her dress, she wasn’t entirely happy with how it was being presented. So she took matters into her own hands and went from visitor to curator in order to fix it to perfection. She posted the moment on her instagram stories captioning, “When you’re the clown who hops over the rope at the museum to fix the exhibit 😊 happy almost Vigo season folx ” she pinned #crowntocouture and tagged @historicroyalpalaces.
Lively also posted a pic of her and, jewelers, Lorraine Schwartz and Ofira Sandberg in-front of the display of the accessories that were paired with the dress. She captioned, “With my sisters, the genius and unmatched @lorraineschschwartz and @ofirajewelz This was absolutely surreal. Seeing this crown that we made in Kensington Palace. I still feel like a kid playing dress up every time I get to wear a gown and borrowed jewels out. To see it memorialized like this… just. Wow. Something I’ll never forget.”
Check out some photos of the exhibit!
Published by HOLR Magazine