Met Gala 2024 fashion: The best looks from the red carpet

Celebrities descended on New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday evening for the annual Met Gala. This extravagant event raises funds for the museum’s Costume Institute. Zendaya, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny and Chris Hemsworth were co-chairs alongside Anna Wintour.

This year’s dress code was “The Garden of Time,” inspired by JG Ballard’s 1962 dystopian short story of the same name. The stars came dressed in numerous floral and botanical designs, as well as creative interpretations of decadence and ruin.

Designer Harris Reed walked the carpet with Demi Moore, revealing that her dress took 11,000 hours of silk embroidery and was made with vintage wallpaper. “This Victorian idea of ​​it blooming on the carpet and covered in these thorns… this beautiful flower at the perfect moment of bloom.”

Lana Del Rey’s custom Alexander McQueen dress evoked the proliferation of a garden, hand-embroidered with bronze-colored thorny branches – inspired by the sculptures of artist Alberto Giacometti – creeping upward to form a tulle headpiece draped like cobwebs.

The sleeves of Elle Fanning’s sheer Balmain dress appeared to be drawn by birds, made from resin for a glass-like effect. Janelle Monae’s sequin dress and Greta Lee’s sheer lace dress also gave a nod to the delicate nature of the flowers in the story.

Men favoring bolder takes for the evening included model Wisdom Kaye, whose head-to-toe red floral ensemble appeared burnt at the edges, and Bad Bunny in a custom Maison Margiela outfit and dramatic hat. Jeff Goldblum, meanwhile, looked like the Count from the story, adding a touch of Oz (he’ll star in “Wicked” later this year), accessorizing with dark green tinted sunglasses.

See what the stars wore below. This gallery will be updated throughout the night.

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