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Met Gala 2018 Red Carpet Worst Dressed Celebs From Sarah Jessica Parker to Kylie Jenner Who Committed a Fashion Faux Pas

The Costume Institute's annual exhibition Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination is generally timed to open around the same time as the Met Gala.

The Gravity star opted for a traditional black tuxedo as he and his wife kicked off the proceedings by becoming the first of the fashionable stars to step out on the red carpet for the Catholic-themed charity event in NY.

Fashion and catholic imagination altogether brought a spectacular event attended by big names of fashion, music and acting dressed in fascinating attires. This year's co-chairs include Vogue's Anna Wintour, Rihanna and Donatella Versace. He did, however, write a scathing op-ed to condemn this year's theme: Catholicism.

Rinaldy is no stranger to the Met Gala.

Piers argued Islam is always off limits for the left yet "it's absolutely fine to have a "Catholic" theme, as we saw at last night's Met Gala". Here are some highlights of the Gala.

"Sex and the City" actress Sarah Jessica Parker opted for a gold Dolce & Gabbana gown embroidered with sacred hearts and a towering nativity scene headpiece.

As for Madonna's Jean Paul Gaultier look - which included a black gown, black veil and cross-laden crown - Drummond noted that it was "quite demure" for Madonna but "a very interesting take on the theme". It seems the youngest Hadid sister was just getting started, as mere hours later, she turned up at the after-parties in a second curvaceous look, this time made from leather.

Kim Kardashian appeared in gold metallic floor length dress with plunging neckline by Versace.

Katy Perry wowed in enormous, feathered six foot high white wings teamed with a Versace gold mini-dress paired with thigh-high gold boots. Munn wore a custom H&M gown inspired by the Crusades.

The "Umbrella" singer had changed out of her showstopping ensemble from the Metropolitan Museum benefit into "a silver two-piece pajama-looking pantsuit", a spy said, with "gray glasses and cross chains".

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