See what the stars wore to the Annual Costume Institute Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC to this year’s theme, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”.
From Gigi Hadid to Michelle Williams, A-List celebs wore WOW couture gowns heavily influenced by religious references (the heavily embellished gilding, cross iconography, and angel-inspired moments).
See our choices of tops dresses celebs at the Met Gala 2018:
- Gigi Hadid
Wearing stained glass-inspired Atelier Versace.
Her one-shoulder gown featured a thigh-high leg slit and long dark blue train. She also accessorized her blonde hair with gold pins on each side.
- Kim Kardashian
Wearing head-to-toe gold chainmail Atelier Versace.
She definitely showed off her killer curves in a more standout, sophisticated yet sexy way than other times.
- Hailey Baldwin
Wearing a soft gray Tommy Hilfiger tulle gown.
The model's buttery blonde hair has been her signature for years, but for this year’s Met gala she debuted a new pastel color.
- Blake Lively
In stunning red velvet and gold beaded Atelier Versace, that took more than 600 hours to make, she also wore a halo headpiece and $2 million of Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
- Kylie Jenner
In a black bustier-style Alexander Wang gown with a tiny cut-out.
Kylie added a pair of small sparkly sunglasses as she showed off her post-baby body on the red carpet.
- Emilia Clarke
Wearing black and gold Dolce & Gabbana.
Of course, the Game of Thrones princess could not go wrong in this year’s Met Gala theme! Her haute couture look featured a deep V-neckline which showcased her decolletage and teased at her cleavage.
- Michelle Williams
Wearing a chainmail column dress by Louis Vuitton.
She paired her LV silver-sequinned and leather-studded cocktail dress with a cute purse and matching stilettos selected by stylist Kate Young.