The Wildest Looks Of The 2022 Met Gala

The weird, wacky, and wonderful.

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Gigi Hadid

Pairing spandex leggings with matching boots and a massive tiered overcoat,...



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We can't decide if we're obsessed with this look or terrified by it, and that seems to be precisely the impact Gigi Hadid was going for.

Pairing spandex leggings with matching boots and a massive tiered overcoat, Hadid's ensemble exudes...well, not exactly Gilded Glamour, but certainly supermodel confidence.

Kylie Jenner

The Kylie Cosmetics founder also put a spin on athletic headgear in this bridal look from Off-White.



Who knew a backwards ball cap would make its way to the Met steps?

Bad Bunny in Burberry

Bad Bunny hit his first Met Gala look out of the park.



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The music superstar embraced the Gilded era silhouette with this puff-sleeve tailored boiler suit by Burberry, which came with a detachable, reconstructed skirt.

Accessorizing with brogue-style derby shoes and golden handheld glasses, Bad Bunny hit his first Met Gala look out of the park.

Sarah Jessica Parker

There isn't a person in the city who wouldn't spot this look approaching from a mile away.



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Carrie Bradshaw isn't the only one with a penchant for hats among Manhattan's best-dressed.

Sarah Jessica Parker paired an enormous feathered headpiece with her ballooning black-and-white-striped ball gown for tonight's soirée.

Winnie Harlow in Iris van Herpen

It's more amoebic than Gilded Age, but the celestial look seems to transcend time altogether.



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Harlow looked otherworldly in her frothy white Iris van Herpen dress and spiky headpiece.

Cole Sprouse

Is it a straitjacket? A utility...vest?



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No one's quite positive what Cole Sprouse is going for here, but he seems quite proud of it! Bonus points for going all-in on metallic silver.

Emma Corrin

It's wacky and gives us Oxbridge schoolboy, but we love the big swings Corrin's willing to take on the red carpet.



In case you'd forgotten Emma Corrin is British, The Crown actress channeled her homeland in a top hat, oversized plaid jacket, black shorts, and white tights.

SZA in Vivienne Westwood

Magical magenta and latex look—and especially for her massive, asymmetrical hat



We have Vivienne Westwood to thank for SZA's magical magenta and latex look—and especially for her massive, asymmetrical hat, which adds the proper amount of drama.

Cara Delevingne

There's no denying the pasties, cane, and red satin pants are a unique choice



It's not exactly clear what Cara Delevingne is going for here. Court jester? Satan's minion?

There's no denying the pasties, cane, and red satin pants are a unique choice, but we'll give the Only Murders in the Building actress this: Her rhinestone-adorned eye makeup looks stunning.