Two days after the 2014 Met Gala, the event's co-chairs Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers to play a fun round of Fashion Police.

But instead of grading the gowns, Seth had the ladies critique the men's white tie fashion. While flipping through photos from the red carpet, Anna joked that Tom Brady "obviously did not look at the invitation" because he was wearing a classic black tie suit. As for Jake Gyllenhaal, in a black suit with white jacket, Parker quipped he was "Brooklyn white tie."

Then there were the fellas who came very close to pulling off the full effect: Seth Meyers, Kanye West, and Bradley Cooper. Each one was just missing one key element such as tails, a white collar and tie, and the wrong color studs. 

Benedict Cumberbatch, MET Gala

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So which guy actually got it right? Not surprisingly it was Benedict Cumberbatch, who is always dapper. Fact.

Of course, Anna didn't just critique the fashion, she also had strong opinions on how her the Sex and the City actress did in her co-chair duties.

"She talks too much!" the Vogue Editor said with a laugh. Parker explain she just didn't have Anna's 16 years of experience when it came to greeting guests as they entered the Met. "She offers a hospitable hand and without using any words is able to communicate that that's all that will happen," the actress, who donned an Oscar de la Renta at the fête, shared.

All of Parker's chitchat left her exhausted and at one point she decided to take an impromptu break. "She collapsed on the floor and it was the chicest collapse I've ever seen!" praised Wintour, adding: "Each year it's different. The year we had Oprah, people would curtsey in front of her! The year we had George Clooney, the women would not leave his side. They were obviously handing out email addresses, phone numbers." Being a notorious prankster, the newly engaged actor naturally had an amazing one-liner as his greeting, Anna revealed: "‘Hello, I'm George Clooney and I'm running for Congress. Do I have your vote?'"

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