Celebs flocked to New York City yesterday armed and ready for the annual Met Gala, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Skip this article if you’re after a big spiel of the ins and outs of the Met; let’s be real, we all looked like this:
me watching celebs wear clothes that cost more than my college tuition pic.twitter.com/crfe3oqqqf
— reaghan (@reaghanhunt) May 8, 2018
How many times did we refresh our social media feeds to see Blake Lively wearing two million dollars worth of jewellery and Rihanna as the bedazzled pope? Let’s all snicker behind our cracked phone screens at the world’s largest attempt to make us feel worse about our designer-less lives.
This year’s theme was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.
Here’s the best of the bunch:
If no one goes to the Met Ball as a ‘single tit out, cross necklace on, garland atop one’s head’ Lucrezia Borgia…what is even the point pic.twitter.com/Tht1Keg2y4
— TabloidArtHistory (@TabloidArtHist) May 5, 2018
every single look from this year’s met gala can be described as “when you complete every side quest and accidentally end up with a ton of rare items that boost your character’s stats”
— jomny sun (@jonnysun) May 8, 2018
Apparently, Rihanna and Chadwick were the only two students who followed directions and did the assigned reading for the Met Gala. pic.twitter.com/pvhNRihhTr
— Swamp Ting (@CharlesPulliam) May 8, 2018
michelangelo never painted something this beautiful pic.twitter.com/QIQXRB4Tuy
— Four Pins (@Four_Pins) May 7, 2018
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) May 8, 2018
— iona finlay (@InahMooo) May 8, 2018
— JessieLaFea (@miss_deku) May 8, 2018
— good small horce (@george_llevi) May 7, 2018
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Cover Image: Twitter | @reaghanhunt