The Met Gala 2019 is fashion’s biggest night. See every red carpet look from your favorite celebrities and designers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Sofia Sanchez de Betak getting ready met gala
The evening began at 7, when guests could enjoy what Met Director Max Hollein described as “the best terrace in New York.”
Guests poured into the Public Hotel for an evening of creative celebration.
A Prada-clad crowd made its way through 92 galleries full of rare artwork, furniture, and jewelry.
Celebrities Christina Ricci, Alexander Skarsgård, Gemma Chan, and Glenn Close gathered upstate for the annual Dia:Beacon Spring Benefit, premiering the Lee Ufan exhibition.
The series follows the exploits and misadventures of a young woman navigating personal, romantic, and familial affairs.
Grace Wales Bonner brought Solange, Laraaji, Brian Jackson, and Standing on the Corner to St. Peter’s Church for “Devotional Sound.”
Before they made it to Fifth Avenue, these looks walked down a catwalk.
The designer invited Idris Elba, Jamie Foxx, and many more to celebrate his next move and the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance.
While waiting for a Gucci Beauty makeover, guests decorated a floor-to-ceiling mirror with favorite quotes from the night and lipstick kisses.
Transparent “club shoes” are getting an elevated, day-appropriate update.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the birth of their first child—a baby boy—on Instagram.
Meghan Markle is in labor with her first child, according to Buckingham Palace. It will be the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child.
Il Pellicano and Birkenstock have collaborated on a collection of the footwear brand's famous Arizona sandals.
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Andrew Bolton walks Vogue through the museum's 2019 Costume Institute exhibit.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race winner performed some classic numbers at the annual pre-Met party last night.
From disco ball shine to gravity-defying hair, these five catwalkers shed all vestiges of restraint and took their beauty to the max. The unspoken rule of camp is go big or go home. Don't forget it.