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Fashion Met Gala 2018: The Good, The Bad And The Downright Outrageous

Met Gala 2018: The Good, The Bad And The Downright Outrageous

Met Gala 2018: The Good, The Bad And The Downright Outrageous
By Cheryl Chan
May 08, 2018
The annual Met Gala has long been considered the Oscars of fashion, this year's red carpet followed their most controversial theme to date, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion And The Catholic Imagination.

Many of our favourite style stars rose to the occasion donning halo inspired headgear, literal crosses and even Joan of Arc inspired looks.

Here's our summary of our favourites and the downright questionable looks of the night.

The Good


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Blake Lively in Atelier Versace

Look, it's no surprise that Blake Lively pretty much slays it every time she appears on the red carpet but this beaded velvet number from Atelier Versace and gold headpiece takes it to a whole other level. 



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Jennifer Lopez in Balmain

The only cross that Jennifer Lopez has to bear? Being one of the best dressed at this year's Met Gala.



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Zendaya in Atelier Versace



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Priyanka Chopra in Ralph Lauren

Priyanka looks like a literally goddess in this look, can we get an amen?!


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Lily Collins in Givenchy

The brief: Catholic nun, but make it fashion.


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Kate Bosworth in Oscar de la Renta

Kate Bosworth channeled a more virginial touch, with a tulle dress and veil. 

Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra

OTT done right. Hey Katy Perry (see below!), better start taking some notes.

(Related: 10 Must-see Looks From The 2017 Met Ball)



The Bad


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Frances McDormand in Valentino

Frances McDormand in Valentino the swarm of locusts from the biblical plagues of Egypt.


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Sarah Jessica Parker in Dolce & Gabbana

Ever wondered what a walking nativity scene looked like?



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Cara Delevigne in Dior Haute Couture

Cara Delevigne took her inspiration from the curtains that separate the priest and the parishioner in the confessional box.



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Madonna in Jean Paul Gaultier

Madonna might be the OG when it comes to fashion, but someone needs to tell her Halloween isn't for another five months.

Lena Waithe

This is what happens when you take the term "let your freak flag fly" too seriously....

(Related: 4 Asian Designers That Shone At The Met Gala)

The Outrageous


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Katy Perry in Atelier Versace

The face you make after spending the whole night dodging "Did it hurt when you fell from heaven" pick-up lines.


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Rihanna in John Galliano for Maison Margiela

Style inspiration: Pope Francis.

Solange Knowles in Iris van Herpen

When your dress also doubles up as a takeaway container.


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The Gucci Gang (aka Alessandro Michele, Lana del Rey and Jared Leto in Gucci)

Let's be real, this is probably just regular Tuesday night garb for all three of them.



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Cardi B in Moschino

When it comes to loving Cardi B, you're preaching to the choir. The self-proclaimed "b*tch people love to hate" is killing the fashion game in this jewel-encrusted Moschino look.



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