Met Gala 2018: See the Best Costumes from the Red Carpet

As you all know by now, Met Gala happened and ended in a blick of an eye, and that’s ok. In fact, it is amazing, considering the tales and gossip from after the event. I’m not into any of that (or maybe just a tiny bit), fashion being my number one priority. This edition’s theme “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” might be the fanciest of all years. It reaches out to all of us since just any soul knows a thing or two about the Catholic church – history, and symbols wise. Red carpet met face to face with different versions of the classic halo, golden silhouettes, fancy nuns, fashionable priests and popes, mystical virgins, angels, medieval crusaders and of course, the cross. So far so good, so read on and find Glaibera’s top favorite costumes from this year’s Met Gala edition.

Nicki Minaj

The singer took on the role of a fashionable crusader, wearing a black with red gradient combo lacquer gown with stunning tulle robe next to a lacy helmet that matched the colors of her majestic costume.

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Karlie Kloss

Karlie Kloss kept it minimal and went for the safe approach, yet her look is one bomb appearance. As always, she looks impeccable, from the way she presents herself to her impeccable hairstyle, down to her catchy black dress.

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Kim K

Kim Kardashians’s appearance took my breath away. I adore the way she went with her makeup for the event. Eyes are strong, fierce and somehow timeless. Hair is perfect, flattering the shape of her head and shoulders. The dress is tailored to fit like a second skin on her figure. It almost looks as if gold has been poured on her body.

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Cara Delevingne

Even behind the mystery of her crusader like vail, Cara’s distinctive features are shining through, leaving no room for confusion. We all know who’s there miss Cara!

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Stella Maxwell

The model sported an angel/fairy type of look. Kendall Jenner had the same approach, although way more put and realistic (hairstyle wise). Back to Stella Maxwell, her long golden hair is a piece of art. Makeup is just perfect. All goes smoothly with her gorgeous gown.

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Ariana Grande

I am so in love with Ariana’s gown! What an exquisite piece! Designer Vera Wang did an amazing job at creating the perfect look for both the event and for the beautiful singer, who looks delicate, delicious and enchanting.

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Anne Hathaway

Very pleased to see Anne Hathway back and ready to slay on the red carpet, which is what she did. The actress rocked in her red pompous gown and golden halo, looking like she just came to life from a fancy painting in which a feminine figure is portrayed as a beautiful goddess-like angel.

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Michelle Williams

Crusader was for the beautiful actress, and so she did. The dress embodies all the elements from a soldier’s costume, except that it is a dress and a stunning one too.

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Anna Wintour

Anna Wintour skipped her usual approach when it comes to the dresses she chooses, but her choice for the event did not disappoint. How can it be, when the designer is none other than Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel? Final verdict: absolutely superb!

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