Underwhelming models are a scourge on the red carpet, and nowhere are they more powerful than the Met Gala.
Are you caught up on the rules? Good.
gown by Marc Jacobs
I’m usually here for a Starry Night homage, but it doesn’t pack enough of a punch for the Met Gala.
gown by H&M
High-fashion string cheese.
gown by Brock Collection
gown by Off-White by Virgil Abloh
I don’t even understand what I’m looking at. Which could have been great for the theme, but alas… this is not.
gown by Alaïa
Low-key but on-point for a regular event; highly disappointing for this one.
gown by Michael Kors
A terrible take on a tired trend.
gown by Alberta Ferretti, jewelry by Chopard, shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti
OH MY GOD. WE KNOW YOU’RE PRETTY. THE POINT OF THIS EVENT IS TO WEAR A COSTUME.
gown by Topshop, shoes by Stuart Weitzman
Should have worn it to the punk-themed Met Gala.
GISELE BÜNDCHEN and TOM BRADY
gown by Stella McCartney, jewelry by Neil Lane
tuxedo by Tom Ford
These two are excruciatingly boring.
gown by Topshop
dress by Carolina Herrera, jewelry by Forevermark, shoes by Christian Louboutin
gown by Lanvin, jewelry by Tiffany & Co.
Strung-out Disney princess.
gown by Topshop, jewelry by Harry Winston
WHY ARE YOU SO BORING
dress by Calvin Klein
Poor thing just signed with Calvin Klein, so she’s going to be wearing boring shit for the next two years. Might as well get used to it.
jumpsuit by Alexander Wang, jewelry by Bulgari
Get that MTV VMAs shit outta here.
gown by La Perla, shoes by Christian Louboutin
The only way I could hate this more is if Kendall were holding a Pepsi.
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