The One Word That Best Describes Each of These Met Gala Looks
See Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Rihanna and more stars on the red carpet.
Because "bedazzled bishop" is two words, unfortunately.
Met Gala host Rihanna turns heads in this Maison Margiela masterpiece.
Sarah Jessica Parker looks very Queen of Hearts meets fancy, embroidered couch in this Dolce & Gabbana showstopper.
Cara Delevingne's all-black Dior Haute Couture ensemble is honestly the smartest idea ever... you can totally skip the makeup chair if your look covers your face.
Cardi B's wearing a Moschino gown, but it's more like, Moschi-yes, right?
That one's kind of a thinker. Okurrr? Anyway, the pregnant rapper looks fabulous.
Kim Kardashian's gold Versace dress hugs her curves so perfectly it looks like it's painted on.
"I'm like a bird, I'll only fly away. I don't know where my soul is. I don't know where my home is."
Jennifer Lopez is very "stained glass window chic" in her bejeweled Balmain dress, but it's that thigh-high slit that draws all of the attention.
Jared Leto (in Gucci) looks like if Jesus Christ went shopping with Dracula for a prom outfit.
Zendaya channels Joan of Arc in Versace.
Frances McDormand's head is engulfed by flowers in this Valentino design with a Philip Treacy headpiece.
Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn: because sometimes you want the glamour of a gown, with the convenience of pants.
Black Panther's suit doesn't involve a cape, so Marvel star Chadwick Boseman works one into his Met Gala look instead.
The evening's theme may have been "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," but Hailee Steinfeld is more focused on being named prom queen.