Kate Moss and Rita Ora are all partied out as they cling on to each other on way into Met Gala afterparty

Perhaps already feeling a little jaded, the girls walked up the red carpet hand-in-hand as onlookers cheered and snapped away on their mobile phones.




Sticking with their same black outfits from earlier in the evening, Kate, 44, and Rita, 27, looked stunning as they made their way inside the star-studded New York bash.

The pair stuck close by to each other at Monday night's event and were spotted talking to models Poppy Delevingne and Alek Wek in the smoking area.

Kate and Rita first started hanging out back in 2013 and quickly formed a close bond.

Speaking about her pal, Rita previously told Grazia how dazzled she was the first time she had a peek inside Kate's wardrobe.



She said: "It was literally the most amazing thing I've ever seen in my entire life – she is the most amazing person in my world, I love her to bits – but that wardrobe shuts it down."

Along with the bash Kate and Rita were pictured at, several more Met Gala afterparties took place across the Big Apple on Monday night.

A gaggle of A-Listers were spotted arriving at one held by Versace – including Madonna, Katy Perry and Kim Kardashian.

Gigi Hadid and Ashley Graham were also pictured at the glitzy party, along with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Scarlett Johansson.








Meanwhile, across town, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez were snapped at an event held by fashion house Balmain.

Paris Jackson was also invited to attend that one, as was Lily Collins, James Corden and actress Ruth Negga.




New mum Kylie Jenner, however, appeared to give the afterparties a miss.

Following the Met Gala, she seen arriving back at the plush Mercer Hotel, where she is staying with her boyfriend Travis Scott.


This year's Met Gala was held at New York's Metropolitan Museum Of Art on Monday night.

Celebrities were asked to honour the theme – 'Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination'.

The theme was selected to pay tribute to the masterworks of religious art in the museum through the medium of fashion.


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