From dolled-up feathers to chandelier dress, here are the best-dressed attendees

May’s first Monday generally goes through a fashion rollercoaster every year, yes you guessed that right, Met Gala it is! For those who were under a rock until now, it is a fashion ritual (more like an Oscar show for fashion) that repeats itself every year, essentially as an opening night for the exhibition of Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with about 200 fine art and fashion objects subjected to an exclusive theme, and this time the theme is ‘Camp: Notes On Fashion’.

Comes this year’s #metgala2019 we witness an otherworldly outlandish charm encompassing our Instagram feeds, from wearing dresses made from 51000 sequins to the embodiment of a real chandelier; the whole realm of fashion, music, and art can be spotted gracing their interpretation of the theme and spilling sheer extravagance all over the pink carpet – sparkle, sequin, glitter, pearls, crystals, fringes, feathers, you name it! All thanks to the living legend Anna Wintour, who introduced the red-carpet-like concept to this grand event.

Here we bring you five absolutely mind-blowing (literally!) looks donned by the gorgeous A-listers – that are ultra-glamorous and definitely not for the faint of heart. (Obviously, who could play safe when Anna Wintour herself lays the theme)

Lady Gaga’s over-the-top arrival to gaga over

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The first one that makes to this list is, of course, the cult-beloved lady and a chairperson of the host committee making arrival in a trailed fuchsia gown, chunky boots, and a champagne stored bandwagon. However, it’s not her arrival but her iconic entry skills that we stumbled upon – she changed four outfits stripteasing the paparazzi all the way from a fuchsia pink parachute gown to a sultry lingerie set. Seems like we got our old Gaga back, the extravagant one!

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Welcome to the valley of the dolls with Jenner & Kardashian Sisters


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Sisters Kendall and Kylie adorned angel-like feathery silhouettes by Versace, where Kim Kardashian wore a Theirry Mugler gown with huge droplet details reminding one of the ‘straight out of the ocean’ look – It is the designer’s first design in 20 years. Although the trio was all dolled-up we love how, purposely or not, Kim and Kendall look like Cinderella’s (Kylie’s) evil stepsisters from the fairy tale. There were feathers, sequins, ornated details, and a lot of giggles.

The afro-queen look by Priyanka Chopra

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PC resonated with the gala’s more-on-more vibe in a fashion fierce manner wearing a sheer mesh gown with a feather cape, thigh-high slit, afro curls and a sleek crown teamed with her matchless spark. Being a patron at Met Gala, this time was a little more special as the lady comes hand-in-hand with husband Nick Jonas, both dressed by the French luxury house, Dior.

The ecstatic chandelier of Met Gala aka Katy Perry

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The pop star chose to leave us awestruck by wearing Moschino’s custom made, a heavenly crystal-embellished chandelier-like dress (Well, yeah, she wore a chandelier to tackle this year’s theme). It was gleaming, flickering, glistening, iridescent, and the words may fall short but the shine in her outfit won’t.

The lady in fringes, Celine Dion

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The Canadian queen walked the carpet wearing a silver-toned fringed bodysuit, designed by Oscar De La Ranta. Wondering what’s the extra here? Did we mention the floor-length fringes and their 22 pounds weight? And that terrific headgear just can’t go unnoticed. When asked about her outfit in an interview the lady replied, "I don't want to take it off. I want to go to bed in it tonight" which tells of how fabulous the outfit may have felt.

These outfits may be a little extra to be worn but the buoyant vibe they induce in just one glance is worth the joy and are indeed raising the bars of our expectations for next year’s show. Excited already!

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