Here Are the Best Looks at Met Gala 2024

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At the Met Gala, the most famous event in the fashion world, on May 6th, critics and fans from all over the globe flocked to see how the guests would interpret the theme of “The Garden of Time” for 2024, which corresponded with the Costume Institute’s current exhibition, “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.” Attendees to the gala, which Zendaya, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny, and Chris Hemsworth co-chaired, showcased their individual flair while paying tribute to enduring designers.


Zendaya wowed the crowd with her costume changes, showcasing designs by John Galliano that spanned the designer’s career. She debuted in a personalized Maison Margiela Artisanal gown that harkened back to Galliano’s 1999 Dior Spring couture show, accessorized with Bulgari jewels and a makeup look influenced by Dame Pat McGrath’s designs. Zendaya stunned with her second appearance, a stunning all-black Givenchy Spring 1996 couture gown that featured a Victorian-inspired corset top and a dramatic floral headpiece.


In addition to John Galliano’s Maison Margiela Artisanal, Bad Bunny wore Christian Louboutin-designed Maison Margiela Tabi boots. As if to add his own unique spin on the floral motif, Bad Bunny paired his custom black satin corset with an avant-garde hat and a bouquet of black barathea wool flowers to complete the look.


Daniel Roseberry’s bespoke Schiaparelli haute couture gown for Jennifer Lopez was a work of art, with 2.5 million silver foil bugles and beads hand-embroidered into the fabric. Doja Cat’s VETEMENTS wet-shirt moment, Kim Kardashian and Gwendoline Christie in Margiela, Tyla in Balmain with an oversized hourglass prop, Cardi B in Windowsen in gothic glamor, and Kendall Jenner in an archival Alexander McQueen Fall 1999 dress from Givenchy’s haute couture archive were among the other notable looks.


With Gigi Hadid, Ben Simmons, Jaden Smith, Alton Mason, and Cynthia Erivo all donning Thom Browne’s designs—including a three-dimensional flowery ballgown—the designer created quite an impression. In contrast to Odell Beckham Jr.’s classic Bode, Nicki Minaj wore Marni’s colorful florals. The Met Gala‘s official sponsor, Loewe, made a bold statement with Greta Lee’s flowery and lace-detailed sheer gown and Ayo Edebiri’s breathtaking floral column dress, both worn for the first time at the gala.




Ethan Sullivan

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