Met Gala 2018 best dressed – celebs show off their outfits on the red carpet

The most exclusive event in the fashion calendar has arrived.

Some of the biggest names took to the red carpet for this year’s Met Gala, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The dress code was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination and the guests didn’t disappoint in interpreting the Met Gala theme this year.

Previous years have seen Rihanna in that ‘yellow bird’ gown, Madonna baring her derriere and Sarah Jessica Parker hitting a bum note in a flaming head dress, but 2018 had a different tone.

Rihanna , who co-hosted with Amal Clooney and Donatella Versace this year was fully on board as always.

But who stood out and who wore the most controversial look?


As expected, Rihanna made a bold statement on the Met Gala red carpet.

The singer fully embraced the religious theme in a pearl and crystal embellished Maison Margiela Artisanal gown by John Galliano.

Not to be outdone on the accessories, she completed the look with a matching papal mitre and necklace.

Kim Kardashian

Kim arrived without her rapper husband Kanye West in a vintage gold Versace gown featuring crosses on the torso and hips.

She had earlier teased her eagerly anticipated outfit, sharing a picture of herself lounging on a Versace-clad bed.

The snap was captioned: "Can you guess who I’m going with tonight? Thank you DV for glamming up my room."

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

The former Victoria’s Secret Angel wowed the red carpet in an angelic gold embellished gown by Ralph Lauren paired with a delicate halo headpiece.

Rita Ora

Rita Ora made a dramatic entrance on the red carpet in a black embellished gown by Prada, which boasted a huge train.

She teamed the stunning gown with a statement headpiece, adding a pop of colour with a small yellow purse.

Here are the best looks from the 2018 Met Gala red carpet and it’s somewhat of a "broad church" (see what we did there).

Lily Collins

Lily Collins looked like a china doll in a beautiful sheer Givenchy gown from Clare Waight Keller’s Spring 2018 couture collection.

She was among the stars wearing a statement headpiece, accessorising her stunning outfit with a silver halo.

Amber Heard

Amber Heard also opted for a red number, sporting a figure-hugging, floor-length Carolina Herrera gown, designed by Wes Gordon.

Anna Wintour

Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour was among the first to arrive wearing a saintly white lace embroidered custom Chanel gown.

She was accompanied by her daughter, Bee Shaffer, who wore a devilishly deep red scalloped Valentino haute couture gown by Pierpaolo Piccioli.

Olivia Munn

Olivia Munn dazzled on the red carpet in a shimmering gold chainmail dress by H&M which hugged her figure.

In a nod to the religious theme, she covered her head with a matching golden net headpiece over her long brunette locks.

Kate Bosworth

Kate Bosworth looked like a bride in a tulle gown and veil by Oscar de la Renta designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia.

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