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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Benefit – also known as the Met Gala is indisputably fashion’s biggest night. It’s the ultimate evento for celebrities to exceed their limits and take stylish risks that they might not use on an award gala or in every day life. The theme of the 2018 Met Gala was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Creativity was the keyword of this event, and on this article we will show you the craziest and best outfits of the gala.

 

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Rihanna in Maison Margiela

Start the white smoke from all the chimneys! Rihanna became the MVP of the Met Gala. She adjusted her outfit perfectly to the Gala’s theme, the bad gall pulled out all the stops for her look as the night’s co-host for the gala by wearing a custom made, pearl and crystal-encrusted Maison Margiela look inspired by a papal regalia and was completed with a matching mitre hat. People, meet our newest Pope, Rihanna.

 

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Jared Leto and Lana del Rey in Gucci

Jared Leto and Lana del Rey were in full look made by Gucci. Leto transformed himself into a Baroque Jesus with a golden crown while Lana del Rey took her accessories to the next level and dressed up with an avian headpiece and a cream gown that had a 3D sacred heart adornment, complete with mini daggers.

 

 

Lily Collins in Givenchy

Lily Collins went to the dark side and wore Givenchy Couture along with a black halo and celestial tears makeup.

 

 

Ariana Grande in Vera Wang

Ariana Grande made a debut to the Sistine Chapel by wearing a sweeping ball gown made by Vera Wang. She also used a high ponytail with an effusive bow.

 

 

Katy Perry in Versace

Katy Perry, despite being excluded by her ex friend Rihanna wore a gold Versace chainmail mini dress with matching boots and a pair of angel wings that extended for more than 6 feet long. How did she sit the entire evening?!

 

 

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