Stars coming up the stairs of New York, a much-awaited event after a year of pandemic-related lockdowns and cancellations. In line with the theme of “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion”, celebs are dressed in extravagant, bold and flashy outfits as they arrive for the festivities, which are hosted by Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour. It raises funds for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.
Vogue is share a livestream, co-hosted by actor and recording artist Keke Palmer and actor, writer and director Ilana Glazer. Palmer and Glazer have been greeting guests on the Met’s grand stages and providing commentary on a number of unique ensembles. Here are some standout looks.
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The rapper stole the show not once, not twice three Several times the rapper has revealed several looks from Versace. Beginning with a royal outfit, she wore a gold armor suit and then a stunning body suit.
This is the weird one we’ve all been waiting for. The singer wore a sleek velvet dress, with … what can only be described as one of Shrek’s children. The green robot baby doll definitely shares her babysitter’s hair.
“In America, we set certain trends, especially in music,” Ocean told host Keke Palmer during her red carpet interview, giving the tiniest explanation for her assistant.
AOC wrapped itself in a literal fashion statement: an Aurora James, tuxedo-inspired dress adorned with the words: “Tax the rich.”
Supermodel model Iman Abdulmajid was a certified show-stopper wearing a custom Harris Reed & Dolce Gabbana number.
Eighteen-year-old singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo made her Met Gala debut a memorable one with a sheer lace Saint Laurent jumpsuit.
JLo understood the assignment, tying her hat to Ralph Lauren in a luxurious leather and feather harmonized gown.
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The rapper brought out ’80s prom vibes with her classy pale pink number by Coach. As she raps in her Grammy-winning song Savage, “Classy, boogie, ratchet (yeah).”
The actor, one of this year’s Met Gala co-chairs, appeared in a casual-looking white ensemble featuring a satin tuxedo jacket, sweatpants and beige high-top Converse shoes.
The poet, the co-chair of another event, arrived in a bright blue dress and matching strappy heels.
Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, another co-chair, looked stunning in a Marilyn Monroe-esque Oscar de la Renta dress with a giant train.
Actor Pete Davidson channeled prep school vibes, wearing a thigh-length blazer… and a dark frock. With long socks to his mid calves and big shoes, he pulls it off.
Completing this year’s co-chairs list, the tennis star arrived in an ensemble that featured an array of fun colors, textures and cuts.
The USWNT soccer star traded a soccer pitch for a red carpet – wearing a redder than red suit for the match. Her blue clutch left another statement that read, “In gay we trust.”
The Shit’s Creek star flaunted an eye-catching, puffy sleeve top with matching pants and studded black boots.