Victoria and David Beckham vs. Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson: Which Couple Wore White Best at the Met Gala 2014

Celebrity Style May. 5, 2014 AT 11:25PM
David Beckham and Victoria Beckham; Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger

David Beckham and Victoria Beckham; Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger

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Power couples in white! Victoria and David Beckham battled on the red carpet with Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson, with both couples wearing matching pale-colored ensembles at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala in New York City on May 5.

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Mrs. Beckham, 40, looked divine in a white strapless column gown from her eponymous collection, while her handsome hubby, in Ralph Lauren's Black Label, patiently guided her up the steps. The British fashion designer left her long brunette locks down in sleek, loose waves, and sported dark smokey eye makeup beside her longtime love.

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Longtime couple Kruger, 37, and Jackson, 35—also matching—lovingly wrapped their arms around one another before walking up the steps of the institution. Kruger looked beautiful in a spaghetti strap metallic ice-blue, backless column gown by Hugo Boss. The stylish star's embellished dress included a simple pleated overlay and also featured a matching satin belt.

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Kruger's beau also wore Hugo Boss to the annual Met Gala, accompanying his stunning sweetheart in an ivory Made to Measure tuxedo jacket, which featured a black lapel, and black tuxedo pants. As reported, the couple, who first started dating in 2006, enjoyed soothing massages at The Plaza Hotel last weekend, ahead of their joint red carpet appearance.

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Which couple wore white best: Victoria and David Beckham or Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson? Vote now!

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