Rachel Brosnahan Bares Her Breasts in Black Mesh Gown at 2023 Met Gala

Rachel Brosnahan Bares Her Breasts in Black Mesh Gown at 2023 Met Gala

05/02/2023

The ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ actress rocks a daring look at the Anna Wintour-hosted glitzy event as she shows off a lot of skin in a see-through black mesh dress.

AceShowbizRachel Brosnahan turned heads as she “freed the nipple” at the 2023 Met Gala. The 32-year-old actress – who is famed for starring as the titular comedienne in the Amazon series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” – turned up at the annual fashion event on Monday, May 1 wearing a Sergio Hudson and explained how the dress kept to the theme of “A Line of Beauty” in honour of late industry legend Karl Lagerfeld.

“It’s a little bit different from Mrs. Maisel. Sergio has been inspired by Karl for a long time… He sent some reference images through from a ’90s show that Karl did for Chloe, a lot of black mesh,” she told Extra TV. “He freed the nipple first, and so we are back in the black mesh, a little bit of Goth glam in honor of the ’90s. This is a celebration, ultimately, of art and art through design.”

Earlier this year, Rachel finished shooting on her hit 1950s-set comedy after five seasons and joked that she was planning to steal all of her character’s famous coats from the set and keep them in storage.

She told PageSix, “I stole all of the coats from set, probably, like, 100 of them! I did tell them I was going to bring a U-Haul to the last day. I haven’t formally stolen them yet, but they are there waiting! I’m working on [how I’m going to store them] as we speak. I’m going to get some kind of storage unit.”

The Emmy Award-winning actress – who is married to Broadway star Jason Ralph – went on to reflect that the comedic role had given her the opportunity to “grow” as a performer. She added, “[The show] changed my life in more ways than one. It let me try to do something that I never thought I’d have the opportunity to do. I grew as an actor [in ways] I couldn’t have imagined possible. And made a family. I grew up!”

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