Lana del Rey, Zendaya, and Cardi B were among the winning looks from last night.

The first Monday in May might be known as the Met Gala but it might as well be the fashion Olympics. This year’s theme, The Garden of Time, plays homage to the Costume Institute‘s newest exhibition Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion. Along with Anna Wintour, 2024’s co-hosts include Zendaya (who has been dominating the red carpets this year following her starring role in Luca Guadagnino’s Challengers), Chris Hemsworth, Jennifer Lopez and Bad Bunny. While they might be among some of the most anticipated looks to make their way up the museum’s iconic steps, the green carpet quickly turned into a parade in custom designer creations reflected a dizzying array of designs. Some were on theme, others less so. See who made our top 10 favorites, including the one person who decided that a quick return for a second appearance was warranted for the night.


She has yet to cease to amaze us from her 2012 Lolita inspired baby doll dresses to her veiled ode to McQueen’s fall 2006 collection The Widows of Culloden.

2. Zendaya in Margiela & Givenchy Haute Couture by John Galliano

Neither of Zendaya’s two looks went a miss, unnoticeably sneaking out to change from her peacocked green and blue Margiela look to an even more dramatic black and floral Givenchy gown.


Inspired by the Fall 2007 Prada collection, this two toned layered dress was the epitome of ‘Sleeping Beauties’ possibly ranking as one Brie Larson’s best looks to date.

4. Greta Gerwig, Sienna Miller, Emma Mackey & Zoe Saldana in Chloé

Newly appointed Creative Director of Chloe, Chemena Kamali, took the boho chic archetype and transformed it into classic red carpet looks. With an army of chic women we truly could not just settle on one!

5. Everyone in Loewe 

Loewe had not 1 not 2 but 16 guests kitted out from Anna Wintour herself in a long floral coat to Ariana Grande’s all white Wicked inspired look. We can’t also forget about the Loewe men – Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist understated yet impeccable bow to the theme. Why choose one when they all looked equally as incredible?

6. Colman Domingo in Willy Chavarria

The black and white double breasted suit may have been one of the best men’s looks from this year’s red carpet, while staying true to the theme as Domingo carried white lilies throughout the evening.

7. Cardi B in Windowsen

One of the few over the top celebrities who can get away with shutting down the red carpet so that a team of men could unfurl her massive train.

8. Elle Fanning in Balmain

Unsurprisingly, Fanning, who seems to always radiate a sleeping beauty, wore a sheer sculpted dress looking as if two birds were clasping the back of the dress.

9. Amelia Grey in Undercover

After gracing numerous campaigns from Miu Miu to Givenchy all in the same year, Grey slicked down her hair for another fashion moment in a yellow terrarium dress filled with roses — nodding to similar one in the exhibit.

10. Bad Bunny in Margiela

Dramatic would be an understatement to describe Bad Bunny’s look, as a co-host bringing his A-game was a must, truly playing into the protagonist of the evening.

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