The Met Gala is consistently fashion's biggest night of the year. After all, it's called the Super Bowl of fashion for a reason, so it's safe to say there were many touchdowns and a few fumbles along the way.
Global fashion weeks pale in comparison to the show-stopping looks that grace the carpet outside of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City every year where celebrities, athletes and other artists strut their best looks related to that year's theme. We definitely saw all sorts of variations and interpretations on the 2019 Met Gala's theme of "Camp: Notes on Fashion."
Lady Gaga stopped the show in her Brandon Maxwell look that involved four separate outfit changes just on the red carpet alone. Her arrival was definitely something we all saw, but it's too good not to mention. She paired her black and pink looks with over $1,750,000 in Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
Last year's theme "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" brought some truly unforgettable outfits, including Lena Waithe's pride cape, Katy Perry's gold Versace dress with floor-length angel wings, Frances McDormand's Valentino cape, head piece and jumpsuit and so much more.