On Twitter, people compare Shawn Mendes in an elegant navy and burgundy coat to Dr. Strange and Mr. Darcy.
Personally, I think he looks more like a Viscount of Bridgerton.
Model Genesis Suero Features a princess neckline and puff sleeves.
Model Alton Masondazzled in a Prada cape, tells GQ Magazine:
“I feel magical. I feel powerful. I feel strong.
Someone sends an invitation to Ashley Tisdaleplease.
Eagerly awaiting the arrival of Shrek and Fiona on the mat:
In high boots and a rigid shirt, the British actor and rapper Rice Ahmad makes a poignant statement.
Although Met men are sometimes boring, the Guardian Australia reporter Calla Wahlquist explains why this can work for this year’s theme.
Male Met Gala attendees often jump on the theme, on the grounds that the biggest risk of wearing a well-tailored black tuxedo is that you might annoy fashion bloggers to death.
This year, however, there is hope. The Golden Age is one of the easiest themes to nod to, without fully committing to it. At the end of the 19th century, men still mostly wore suits and breeches had given way to trousers.
The trick is the length. The two most popular fits of the time were the morning coat, a single-breasted coat with a cut front and tail, designed to stay out of the way when riding, and an evening coat, which had much the same cut but was often double-breasted. The tuxedo was introduced at the end of the Victorian era. It had no tail but still fell on the upper thighs. Most costumes were black, brown or gray. The vests were where the risks were taken.
So Met Gala Co-Chair by Tom Ford Quiet enough tuxedo is themed.
As if Lin-Manuel Mirandaanother co-chair.
Ben Winstonthe producer of The Late Late Show with James Cordon, offers a subtle grip.
While Vogue’s creative editorial director, Marc Guiduccihas a bolder take on the theme.
Joe Jonas and by Sophie Turner the soon-to-be baby gets an early Met Gala debut.
american rapper Anderson Paak having so much fun with this look:
Ryan Reynolds face like Blake Lively unveils a pastel blue train under folds of bronze fabric, it’s all of us right now.
Blake Lively hits the mark every time.
Actor Kieran Culkin arrives in… Converse and sunglasses?
Speaking of padded bustles worn under dresses for volume, the back of by Blake Lively the dress is a marvel.
theater producer Jordan Roth gave his bustle an industrial gothic makeover, and brought him on as his date.
This padding you see is historically accurate in spirit, if not form. The padded bumps of the bustles were once stuffed with horsehair.
Jordan Roth wins.