Although the 2018 Met Gala has come and gone, many respondents have offence at the theme and the attendant fashion that greeted the red carpet, with some calling it "sacrilegious". So much so that he was told he was the "best dressed dude here, bro". Here she is looking straight-up boring in a simple black gown - gorgeous, yes, but for the Met Gala? No.
Kylie Jenner's black column dress - accessorised with glittering gold shades she literally couldn't see through - certainly made a statement, but we're struggling to see the connection with this year's Met Gala theme: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.
The 2018 Met Gala in New York City took place on Monday, and dozens of celebrities lined up to attend the glamorous annual fashion event that has been called the "Oscars of the East Coast" in certain circles.
Tickets are said to cost US$30,000 each or US$275,000 for a table, but all guests must be invited, ruling out all but the most elite Hollywood actors, music superstars, top models and fashion designers.More news: Iran says it will stay in nuclear deal even if U.S. exits
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Pop star Rihanna, one of this year's co-chairs, dressed like a pope, sporting a head-turning, jewel-encrusted mitre paired with a priestly-style cape designed by Maison Margiela.
Singer Katy Perry wowed in enormous feathered white angel wings over a Versace gold mini-dress paired with thigh-high gold boots, singer Jennifer Lopez stepped out in a beaded and feathered Balmain gown with a giant mosaic crucifix on the front while actress Sarah Jessica Parker opted for a gold Dolce & Gabbana gown embroidered with sacred hearts and a towering nativity scene headpiece.
Sarah Jessica Parker, a doyenne of NY high society and the Sex and the City fashionista, walked the red carpet in full-length gold brocade by Dolce and Gabbana and an astonishing head piece.