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Lorde goes braless in a very revealing jewelled ensemble at the Met Gala 

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Good Lord! Kiwi singer stuns as she goes braless in a highly revealing jeweled ensemble complete with festive headpiece and tasseled handbag at the Met Gala










New Zealand pop sensation Lorde turned heads at the Met Gala when she shone on the red carpet in a highly revealing ensemble on Sunday night.

The 24-year-old (born Ella Yelich-O’Connor) went braless for the occasion, wearing an intricate two-piece outfit from Bode with a bejeweled cream jacket and matching wrap skirt.

The top revealed a generous glimpse of the hull as it was held together with a small piece of embellished satin.

Good Lord! New Zealand singer Lorde, 24, went braless in a highly revealing jeweled ensemble complete with festive headpiece and tasseled handbag at the Met Gala

Sometimes Lorde lifted the majestic, long train of her skirt to show the expert beadwork.

The Solar Power singer completed her look with a red and white tassel-covered evening bag and a flamboyant fireworks-inspired headpiece.

For makeup, the Royals singer kept it simple with a subtle swipe of pink blush, gold eyeshadow and nude lip gloss.

Stunning: The Solar Power singer completed her look with a red and white tassel-covered evening bag and a flamboyant fireworks-inspired headpiece

Stunning: The Solar Power singer completed her look with a red and white tassel-covered evening bag and a flamboyant fireworks-inspired headpiece

Her jewelry was similarly understated, consisting of a simple pair of gold earrings and simple gold rings.

Opting for comfort over height, the brunette also wore a pair of sensible white flats instead of heels for her sashay across the coveted rug.

Lorde’s ensemble was a nod to this year’s Met Gala theme, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.”

Primed: For makeup, the Royals singer kept it simple with a subtle swipe of pink blush, gold eyeshadow and nude lip gloss.

Primed: For makeup, the Royals singer kept it simple with a subtle swipe of pink blush, gold eyeshadow and nude lip gloss.

Speaking to Keke Palmer on the red carpet, Lorde revealed that her ensemble was made from “recycled antiques.”

“This feels more like the America we know. To see all these beautiful people, all the new people going through it, that’s the best thing,” she said.

The Green Light singer’s performance at the event comes after she recently posed for Vogue Magazine New Zealand.

Dramatic: Sometimes Lorde lifted the majestic, long train of her skirt to show the expert beadwork

Dramatic: Sometimes Lorde lifted the majestic, long train of her skirt to show the expert beadwork

The Masked Singer: Lorde at one point slipped on a cream satin face mask that matched her outfit perfectly

The Masked Singer: Lorde at one point slipped on a cream satin face mask that matched her outfit perfectly

In the interview accompanying the beautiful photo shoot, the talented songwriter shared her discomfort with “the life of the pop star.”

“I’m good at my job, but I’m not sure I’m the man for the job,” she mused. ‘I am a highly sensitive person. I was not made for the life of a pop star.

“A public oriented existence is something I find very intense and I’m not good at it,” she admitted. ‘I don’t have that natural look. I’ve got the brain in the pot.’

Lorde’s latest album, Solar Power, is her first project recorded in the Māori language and it’s out now.

Artisan: Lorde spoke to Keke Palmer on the red carpet and revealed her ensemble was made from 'recycled antiques'

Artisan: Lorde spoke to Keke Palmer on the red carpet and revealed her ensemble was made from ‘recycled antiques’

Following on from the theme: Lorde's ensemble was a nod to this year's Met Gala theme, 'In America: A Lexicon of Fashion'

Following on from the theme: Lorde’s ensemble was a nod to this year’s Met Gala theme, ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’

Design with meaning: 'This feels more like the America we know.  To see all these beautiful people, all the new people going through, that's the best,

Design with meaning: ‘This feels more like the America we know. To see all these beautiful people, all the new people going through, that’s the best,” she said

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