These Guys Really Went After the ‘Catholic Imagination’ Theme at Met Gala 2018.
When you think about the greatest fashion moments in Met Gala history, naturally you think about the women. For the most part, men have shied away from fashion on this very fashion-forward night, featuring… basically every famous, stylish guy in the universe.
There have, however, been some exceptions.
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Whether you're in it for the boundary-pushing protest fashion or the most dapper dinner jackets, we've got you covered. And we’ve loved every second of it. In honour of the upcoming 2018 Met Gala on Monday, let’s take some time to appreciate these dudes.
Check out the gallery below for the most stylish men at the Met Gala 2018
"Is this your king?"
Yes, it certainly is, pairing an ornate Versace suit with Christian Louboutin loafers.
The D&G Look!!!
The House of Versace bypassed Rome and went straight for Byzantine embellishment.
Like father, like son.
Christian Combs joined his father at the event sporting a black velvet tuxedo designed by Dolce & Gabbana with holy crosses standing out in shiny stones. Diddy showed that he never loses his touch, donning an all-white tuxedo designed by Musika Frère.
May the lord be with you!!
The host of The Daily Show wore his faith on his sleeve.
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino
The good lord taketh Kanye and has giveth the world Childish Gambino instead. We're better off. Gambino donned a Gucci suit to attend the gala.
Alessandro Michele, Lana Del Ray, Jared Leto
The Father, Son and the Holy Spirit made an appearance, head to toe in Gucci.
MIGOS murdered it
Most of the men went tame but not Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff. These guys dripped in iconography with their colorful Versace suit jackets.The Three Wise Men lookes, as if they were a hip hop group from Georgia.
This look earns, if not a medal, at least a qualifying spot in the finals.
Shaun White pulling off his green embroidered Etro jacket, but for pairing it with his Olympic rings is quite a thing............
Seems like Roth prefers edgy fashion..........
Jordan Roth, who looked like what might happen if a cardinal ran five broadway theaters and wanted to dress accordingly fashion-y. Which makes sense, seeing as Roth actually does that for a living. And he busted out the Givenchy haute couture. (Though he is not, to my knowledge, a cardinal).
Last but not the least Nick Jonas
A simple, straight-forward example of classic taste that's all about the details from D&G
Hope you enjoyed every wild, weird, and damn well-done menswear look worth seeing from fashion's waviest red-and-cream carpet.