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Met Gala Fashion Hits And Misses

Getty Images Met Gala 2017- Katy Perry wore an outlandish red creation Getty Images Met Gala 2017- Katy Perry wore an outlandish red creation
Tobias Pedroso | 06 May, 2017, 17:53

Because, if there is one place you and your bae want to show off it's the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit - where OTT fashion is nearly a prerequisite.

Gwyneth's change of heart about her hatred of the Met Gala seems to have occurred just days after announcing her brand Goop is partnering with Anna Wintour on a print magazine, which is due to launch in September (17).

Fashion designer Rei Kawakubo's dresses present during The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute's 2017 Exhibition.

Pop singer Katy Perry (Lucas Jackson / Reuters), a co-chair of the ball, lived up to the theme's challenge with a custom Maison Margiela "Artisanal" ensemble by John Galliano, an imperial red tulle dress and a veil embroidered with the word "Witness".

The 2017 Met Gala was just the start of "fashion's biggest night out" on Monday. The 35-year-old tennis legend was one of the many professional athletes who traded in their workout clothes for ballgowns for the star-studded fashion extravaganza, sometimes referred to as the East Coast Oscars.

The occasion is in aid of the Metropolitan Museum Of Art Costume Institute in NY. "It's very courageous to wear something that disguises who you are so much on the red carpet".

Bella had the more talked-about and exciting look of the Hadid sisters with her see-through, sequined Alexander Wang jumpsuit, with the designer declaring that the young model is the "body of a generation" on the carpet.

The American Horror Story star could do little more than stand and point, her jaw nearly hitting the ground, when she spotted the singer in her camouflage outfit. All eyes were on the starlet the second she showed up to the red carpet, donning a gorgeous, parrot-printed ballgown by Dolce & Gabbana - proving if anyone can rock a dress with birds on it, it's her.

This year, Vogue hailed the look as being one of the most memorable Met Gala outfits ever, naming Caroline as one of the "best-dressed of all time", alongside the likes of Emma Watson, Kim Kardashian and Blake Lively.