The pope of the Met Gala has arrived! No one but Riri could pull off this custom Maison Margiela look.
The model may have channeled big sis Kim Kardashian West in her Off-White ensemble.
The Westworld actress did gilded feathers the best in our opinion.
This look equally captured the religious theme and reflected Janelle's personal aesthetic. Brava!
There were many serious contenders this year, but Blake, in Atelier Versace, deserves one of the best dressed slots.
The model was angelic and bridal at the same time in Tommy Hilfiger. Also, that headpiece...stunning!
The voluminous gown was definitely a red carpet statement.
We love the deep hue of this statuesque gown, and the headpiece only makes it look more regal.
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper absolutely killed it in Jeremy Scott. The dynamic duo actually deserves extra points for arriving in matching looks.
RHW in Ralph Lauren: This is a fashion moment to be had.
This is A-OK in our book!
The color of the dress and headpiece alone make this look stand out.
This is how angels look in 2018.
The "Side to Side" singer was the Sistine Chapel incarnate.
Gilded goddess in Ralph Lauren? We think so.
We appreciated the long-sleeve gloves. It was an Amal Clooney moment circa 2015. We're calling it: Mindy is a fashion queen.
The sheen on the muted red suit jacket was very dapper.
The supermodel channel the Evil Queen in the most high fashion way.
We're feeling Beauty and the Beast Belle vibes here, and we're into it.
Between the sheer skirt, red tear drops and statement headpiece, Lily looked did not come to play! Everything about this look was costume in the best way possible.
The Riverdale actor looked dashing and dapper in a long suit coat.
The Riverdale actress attended her first Met Gala in custom H&M, channeling a Renaissance trendsetter!
The queen of the Met Gala herself, Vogue's head-honcho, looked ever-so ethereal and angelic in an embellished frock.
Golden Barbie wowed onlookers in a regal, gold (very appropriate for the beauty!) H&M design and Bvlgari jewels.