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Celebs arrived on the steps of New York's  Monday evening donning extravagant, bold and flashy getups in the theme of In America: A Lexicon of Fashion. The annual gala, organized by Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour, raises funds for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute.   Vogue , co-hosted by actor and recording artist Keke Palmer and actor, writer and director Ilana Glazer. Palmer and Glazer greeted guests on the grand steps of the Met and offered commentary on the many unique ensembles. Here are some of the standout looks from the highly anticipated event that followed a year of pandemic-related lockdowns and can














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Rihannap>The piece de resistance: Rihanna. The icon everyone was waiting for finally appeared at the show, and boy did she bring it. As the final celebrity to walk the red carpet, Rihanna closed out the night wearing a Bal














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Hailee SteinfeldNot only did she feature in the  these past 24 hours, the singer-actor rocked up looking near unrecognizable at the Gala, and n














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Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes>The stunning couple brought flair (and more bare skin) to proceedings, making their d














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Kristen Stewart2>The actor made waves a couple of weeks ago as Princess Diana in the . She hit the red carpet looking even more striking in her playful tweeded chanel boots interpretation of the In Am














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Lil Nas Xh2>The rapper stole the show not once, not twice, but three times as he revealed multiple looks from Versace. Starting with a royal dress, he de-robed to a gold armor suit and then a sparkling bodyt.
















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Frank OceIt's the weird we've all been waiting for. The singer wore a sleek velvety outfit, accessorized with... what can only be described as one of Shrek's kids. The green robot baby doll certainly shares his babysitter'br>."In America, we do set some trends, especially in music," Ocean told host Keke Palmer during his red carpet interview, offering the tiniest of explanations for his acory.

!! A FRANK OCEAN SIGHTING AT THE !! — MTV (@MTV)














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Alexandria Ocasio-CozAOC wrapped herself in a literal fashion statement: a Brother Vellies, tuxedo-inspired dress adorned with the words: "Tax tich."

New York Congresswomen makes a statement (literally!) on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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I Supermodel Iman Abdulmajid sailed in with a certified show-stopper, wearing a custom Harris Reed and Dolce Gabbaumber.

Take a breath and prepare yourself for on the 2021 red carpet. Blown away! ✨ — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Olivia rigoEighteen-year-old singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo made her Met Gala debut a memorable one, pulling on a sheer lace Saint Laureumpsuit.

Good for her. is looking happy, healthy, and absolutely delightful as she makes her way down the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Simoneles The Olympic gymnast doesn't do things by halves. She does things by thirds -- wearing a three-in-one, 88-pound outfit, consisting of a skirt, mini-dress, black catsuit and a whole lot of Swarovcrystals.

Always the brightest shining star ✨ The GOAT sparkles on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Jennr LopezJLo understood the assignment, tipping her hat to Ralph Lauren in a magnificent leather and feather haizing gown.

Let's get loud— has arrived! — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Megan Thetallion The rapper brought '80s prom vibes with her classy pale pink number by Coach. As she raps in her Grammy-winning song Savage, "classy, bougie,chet (yeah)."

. says it's still hot girl summer. We don't make the rules. 🔥 — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Timothée Camet The actor, one of this year's Met Gala co-chairs, showed up in a comfy-looking white ensemble featuring a satin tuxedo jacket, sweatpants and beige high-tonverse shoes.

Timothée! The one and only. The Co-Chair sports his Monday best as he enters The Met. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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nda Gorman The poet, another event co-chair, arrived in a dazzling blue dress and matchstrappy heels.

How do we love this look? Let us count the ways! Co-Chair is pure poetry as she graces the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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llie Eilish Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, yet another co-chair, looked stunning in a flowy, Marilyn Monroe-esque Oscar de la Renta dress wi massive train.

A cotton candy dream ☁️ We're happier than ever to see Co-Chair grace the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Petavidson Actor Pete Davidson channeled prep school vibes, wearing a thigh-length blazer... and a dark frock. With long socks to his mid calves and big bo he pulls it off.

Hi Pete 👋 😎 — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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> Naomi Osaka Rounding out the list of this year's co-chairs, the tennis star arrived in an ensemble featuring an array of fun colorextures and cuts.

Love, all! Co-Chair is a vision of color on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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> Megan RapinoeThe USWNT soccer star traded the soccer pitch for the red carpet -- wearing a redder than red suit to match. Her blue clutch left yet another statement, read"In gay we trust."

The stars are aligned for on the red carpet. 🌟 — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Dan Levy The Schitt's Creek star flaunted an eye-catching, puffy sleeve top with matching pants atudded black boots.

Omg Daniel! 😍 is a work of art on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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h2> Leon Bridges Singer-songwriter Leon Bridges paid homage to the American south with a blue fringok and cowboy hat. 

True blue 💙 is comin' home on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Maisie Williams  The Game of Thrones star graced the red (white, actually) carpet in a black dress with a long, sequined train and atial cage hoop skirt.

A girl has no flaws 💯 strikes the perfect poses on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Jonow, Rose Leslie  Everyone's favorite Game of Thrones golden couple on screen and off. Harington's white-topped suit let his wife's eye-catching mustaress take center stage.

Jon Snow may know nothing but we sure know that and are perfectly bedecked on the red carpet. — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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Rep. Clyn B. Maloney New York Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney's outfit gave a nod to the , a proposed amendment to the US Constitution asserting that someone's legal rights shouldn't be rmined by their sex.  

New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney pays tribute to the ERA on the red carpet. 🗳 — The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum)














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