It's the most wonderful time of the year — the 2016 Met Gala, a.k.a. fashion prom. This year's theme, "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" offered ample opportunity for your favourite celebrities to break out some seriously major looks — and they did not disappoint. Check out the most amazing looks from fashion's most incredible night right here.
I can say this no other way: Kim and Kanye look EXCEPTIONAL.
This is glorious. It's on-brand for both of them, both individually (tight dress! Jeans!) and as a couple (silver dress/jacket power combo). Her bleached brows and his gray contacts are subtle; you have to really look to see what's different. And finally, it's perfect for the theme of the exhibition. Well done, you krazy kids. Full fashion marks.
I cannot believe I'm about to say this, but Kylie Jenner has totally killed it at the Met Gala.
Usually my response to Kylizzle's style is something between "eh" and *eye roll,* but I cannot tell a lie: this is perfect. The dress is dramatic and chic — perhaps a LITTLE naked, but that's basically her brand — her HAIR is perfect this length, the makeup is glamorous without being mask-like. Home run, girl.
Kendall Jenner looks like an iridescent stained glass window, and I love it.
No tendrils tonight, though.
Meanwhile, Solange embraces canary yellow and ushers in a whole new era of LEMONADE.
I would kill to see this in real life. I bet it moves so incredibly.
Nicole Kidman will give you a caped and beaded Art Deco take on "Starry Night," and you will LIKE it.
A Fashion Prom Queen nominee for me, for sure.
SOUND THE ALARM: KRIS JENNER IS IN THE BUILDING.
There were rumours all day today that Kris hadn't been invited to the Gala this year (FASHION BURN!), and I'm glad to see they were greatly exaggerated. Equally glad to see her in a black gown Morticia Addams would be proud of, with a handsome man at her side. Live yr life, Kris.
Lupita Nyong'o is a glorious unicorn ocean goddess, and I worship at her tail fins.
Over the top? Yes. But if that's wrong, who the hell wants to be right?
Lily-Rose Depp is making a serious case for the beaded bolero.
I've always said '80s grandma-at-a-wedding chic should mount a comeback, and voila.
The second I saw Nicki Minaj's outfit, I shouted "DIAPHANOUS BONDAGE SEATBELTS!" and you know, I'm not wrong.
Her makeup and hair, however, have never looked more amazing.
And Selena Gomez is a '90s Amazon punk princess.
I would bet my life this is also Louis Vuitton (UPDATE: I was right!), and one of the more successful looks we've seen from them tonight.
Michelle Williams has brought back Jen Lindley's college bangs in a short skirt and heavy boots.
It is the return of The Boots. I'm torn: on one hand, I want this outfit every badly to wear to work, or a cocktail party where I need to be a goth queen but also don't want to look like I've tried too hard. I feel like the Met Gala calls for MORE.
Emma Watson's tuxedo gown is regal fabulousless.
I MAYBE would have styled the hair a little more relaxedly, but otherwise this is stunning.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham are a damn gorgeous — and well-dressed — couple.
White is turning out to be a big theme of the night; this dress looks a little boring in most of the photos I've seen, but I have this feeling it would be STUNNING in real life. Too bad my Gala invite clearly got lost in the mail.
Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid are extremely sexy futuristic space warriors.
This is very Luke Skywalker on both their parts, and I'm into it. I especially love Gigi's painted silver hair part.
ACTUAL GASP. Zoe Saldana's feathered and beaded gown IS MY EVERYTHING OH MY GOD.
Take notes, world: THIS IS DRAMATIC GLAMOUR.
Sarah Jessica Parker (here with Andy Cohen) is wearing some "Hamilton"- themed pantaloons and great hair.
I'm so used to being blown away by her that this leaves me totally meh.