MET Gala 2019 Red Carpet – The Best Looks ⇒ With a theme that celebrated the outrageous and over-the-top nature of camp as a sensibility, it should come as no surprise that the looks at the 2019 Met Gala were not for the faint of heart. With noted red carpet champs, Lady Gaga, Billy Porter and Celine Dion swanning and showing out at the annual event on Monday night in New York City. Which one’s your favourite?
Gaga, one of the co-hosts of the night, she stormed on the red carpet in not one, not two, not three, but four different looks by Brandon Maxwell.
Meanwhile, Billy Porter confirmed his red carpet reign with a regal, opulent look from the Blonds that appeared to be inspired by a sun deity. The outfit consisted of an embellished catsuit, 10-ft wings and a 24-karat gold headpiece — casual! His royal status was only heightened by the fact that he was carried in on a black velvet and gold litter by six chiselled and shirtless bearers.
Leto, on the other hand, took self-love to the next level when he toted along a replica of his own head to pair with his rich red Gucci ensemble and crystal harness, an obvious nod the Gucci A/W 2018 runway.
Murphy opted for a Liberace meets Elizabeth I realness with a crystal and pearl embellished Christian Siriano cape in a warm rose gold shade that featured an impressive ruff; Murphy styled the look with a matching vest, bow tie and trousers.
For Florence Welch, fantasy was the stuff that her camp dreams were made of when it came to her dragon-inspired embellished Gucci cape.
Miller’s surrealist dandy look, which was Burberry by Riccardo Tisci, commanded that all eyes were on him on the Met Gala red carpet, drawing to mind the work of Dali, Man Ray and Magritte.
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