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MET Gala 2022 Recap

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The 2022 Met Gala took place on May 2nd, the first Monday of May, right on schedule! To celebrate the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new exhibition, "In America: An Anthology of Fashion," the A-lists guests walked the red carpet dressed in total glamour.
 
For this year's theme, the celebrity guests were asked to reveal their version of "19th-century clothing through a modern lens." The grandeur with which the actors, musicians, designers, and models attend the event increases every year, and this year was no letdown.
 
Hosting the event was one of Hollywood's most-loved couples, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively; with co-chairs, Regina King and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Scroll through our favourite carpet looks!
 

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Kim Kardashian In Vintage Jean Louis Gown and Cartier Jewelry with Pete Davison in Dior Men

The hottest new couple in town made their red carpet debut as the last to arrive at the event. Kardashian chose to wear Marilyn Monroe's gown, designed by Jean Louis. The couple did not disappoint their fans while posing for the cameras.
 

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Bella Hadid in Burberry Gown and Briory Raymond Jewelry

The model, who looked stunning as always, joked that she blacked out on the red carpet due to how tight her corset felt.
 

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Emma Corin in Custom Miu Miu and Cartier Jewelry

The actor, who played the role of Lady Diana in season 4 of the Netflix Drama Series, The Crown, wore a Miu Miu ensemble inspired by New York socialite Evander Berry Wall, who was dubbed "King of the Dudes" in the 1880s.
 

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Lily James in Versace Gown

The Cinderella actor has been getting a lot of attention for her performance in the dark comedy series, Pam & Tommy. She chose to complimented the beautiful beaded gown with a slicked back hairstyle and platform heels.
 

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Normani in Christian Siriano

Normani chose a custom two-piece ensemble designed by Christian Siriano. The all-black look featured a full skirt with a super-low-rise waistline, puffy sleeves, and a glorious headpiece.
 

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Olivia Rodrigo in Versace

The pop superstar was dripping Lilac from her outfit to her makeup. “We wanted to achieve that dreamy, glamorous silent film era vision while still having that teenage rock star edge," says her makeup artist, Lily Keys.

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