In custom Gucci, singer Billie Eilish understood and nailed the Guilded Glamour theme
We've said it before and we'll say it again: Lizzo really is "that b*tch."
As co-chair of the ball, many eyes were on Blake Lively last night.
Speaking of skyscrapers, Alicia Keys took a more literal interpretation of the NYC skyline
This structure set by the Head of State was to die for. Evan Mock nails the red carpet once again
Wearing Peter Do, Johnny Suh was a knockout at the Met Gala.
Over the top? Absolutely! Dripping in riches? Sure! Best dressed of the night? Maybe not
The feathers, the color, the details—Megan Thee Stallion shined on the steps of the Met
The corset of our dreams! Paloma Elsesser commanded the attention in Coach.
Created by 4S Designs, Riz Ahmed's ensemble was inspired by the immigrant women who kept the Guilded Age going
Questlove also opted for a message-driven ensemble
In Alexander McQueen, Kaia Gerber looked like a walking skyscraper herself on the red carpet.
Has Emma Chamberlain ever not nailed the Met Gala red carpet
It's all about the structure, baby! Gemma Chan wore Louis Vuitton.
Can't tell whether Jessica Chastain is attending the Met Gala
The train, the pearls, the details—all of it elevated Rosalia to success in this Givenchy gown.
Some of the best beadings of the night go to Kacey Musgraves
Janelle Monae sparkled each step of the red carpet in this crystal Ralph Lauren gown.
While a quite simple silhouette, this gown was elevated to Guilded Glamour with its fun use of pearls.
Talk about a showstopper! Nicola Coughlan in Richard Quinn is going on my mood board.
Any man who opted for a non-black suit was a win in our books, okay
Now, this is what we call a power couple.
Thom Browne had yet another winner of the night by dressing Maisie Williams, a true showstopper.