Zac Posen Reveals How He Made Claire Danes' Electrifying Look
The designer showed INSIDE EDITION how he created the masterpiece, which the actress wore to the Met Gala.
Zac Posen is sharing the secrets behind the dress that lit up the Met Gala on Monday night.
The designer spoke to INSIDE EDITION about Claire Danes’ Cinderella-like gown, which was illuminated by LED lights.
“Each panel of fabric, the yarns are connected to a small little battery and that’s what charges it,” he explained.
The 30 separate light panels had to be manually switched on to create the electrifying look, he said. The result was breathtaking.
“It just worked,” he said. “It was a magic moment.”
Posen was thrilled with the result.
"When a piece of fashion becomes something cultural and a dialogue – that’s why I do what I do," he said.
Trending on Inside Edition
Tourists May Have Caught Gabby Petito's Van on Video as They Drove Through Wyoming's Grand Teton National ParkCrime
Video Shows Pandemonium as Storm Knocks Down Tent, Injuring Guests at Atlanta WeddingNews
Mystery as 4 Friends Found Shot to Death in Wisconsin Cornfield, Police Have Scant Leads and No MotiveCrime
Inside Edition Investigates if NYC Restaurants Are Checking if Indoor Diners Are Vaccinated as Per New RuleInvestigative
Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughters Say They Were Cut Out of Their Dad's Life After Mom's DeathEntertainment
Gabby Petito in Tears After Aug. 12 Fight With Boyfriend in Utah, Bodycam Video ShowsCrime