The MET Gala in 2022, often known as the First Monday in May, will take place once more! The glamorous event returns to its customary time slot this year after being postponed in 2020 and held in September last year. A-list celebrities will line the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in honor of the museum’s new show, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, which will explore American fashion. Bill Blass, Brooks Brothers, Lloyd Kiva New, and other designers’ work will be on exhibit in 13 of the museum’s American period rooms.
On the red carpet, well-dressed celebs will try their best to follow the Gilded Glamour, White Tie dress code, which encourages them to approach late-nineteenth-century clothes with a contemporary mindset. Given that the step and repeat is one of the most photographed events on the planet, you can bet that the many actors, models, singers, and designers in attendance will be dressed to impress this evening. After all, the Met Gala has a long history of producing spectacular ensembles that are watched across the world, and this year will be no different. Keep an open mind and be ready for anything.
Who is on the guest list for the evening? Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Regina King, and Lin-Manuel Miranda are the official co-chairs this year, but you’ll have to wait and see who else joins them on the Met steps. So be sure to come back to this site throughout the night to see all of your favorite stars and their amazing Met Gala red carpet looks — you won’t want to miss them!Scroll down to see every Met Gala red carpet look from 2022.
Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian
Pete in Dior Men and Kim in the same gown as Marilyn Monroe when she sang “Happy Birthday, Mr. President.”
Wearing custom Thom Browne.
Simone Ashley, the breakout star of Bridgerton, wore Moschino by Jeremy Scott.
Nicola Peltz Beckham
Nicola is wearing a hot pink Valentino by Pierpaolo Piccioli, the same designer that created her stunning wedding gown.
Instead of a traditional frothy gown, she opted for a massive Versace puffy cloak.
Megan Thee Stallion
Making a statement in Moschino.
Wearing a risqué Gucci sheer catsuit.
Coach styled her in a corseted appearance.
Yasmeen Ghauri wore this classic Atelier Versace ensemble on the runway in spring/summer 1992.
Stunning in a Louis Vuitton style with white lace and feather detailing.
In a colossal Prada gown, she ruled the stairwell.
Her Versace gown was dripping with gold.
In neon Vera Wang.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Wearing Christopher John Rogers.
Valentino’s brilliant pink gown illuminated the red carpet.
Wearing a beaded suit by Burberry.
Wearing a Gucci sequined dress in deep crimson.
She’s wearing a magnificent Khaite gown with 170,000 crystals and Bulgari jewelry.
With Bulgari jewelry and a modest white Oscar de la Renta gown.
In gold vintage Azzaro, Amber Valletta took the Gilded Glamour motif literally.
Ariana DeBose, an Oscar winner, looks ecstatic in Moschino.
Burberry leather serving rocker
Paying tribute to New York City in Ralph Lauren and Tiffany & Co. jewellery.
Altuzarra created an eye-catching handmade corseted appearance.
All dressed up in Christian Dior high couture and gold body paint.
In a Gucci ensemble constructed from repurposed fabrics, Eilish channeled her inner British Vogue corset.
Shrimpton Couture sourced this vintage Christian Lacroix autumn/winter 2003.
She wore Richard Quinn and Swarovski jewelry for her first Met Gala.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
Louis Vuitton is delivered the couple’s red carpet style.
Wearing an Atelier Versace “bare” dress with a crystal choker.
Looking effortless in Burberry.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
In a Thom Browne-inspired ensemble, they both looked ravishing.
Channeling a disco ball in Oscar de la Renta and Tiffany & Co. jewellery.
Wearing a leather and lace look by Riccardo Tisci for Burberry.
Anthony Vaccarello designed a feather-kissed gown for Saint Laurent, inspired by a style worn by Jerry Hall, and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
She glistened in an Alexander McQueen gown and wore her hair in a voluminous Pre-Raphaelite style.
Wearing a sherbet yellow look by Head of State.
Tory Burch’s lingerie-inspired ensemble.
In a unique Louis Vuitton ensemble.
Wearing custom Moschino.
In Atelier Versace gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, she made a statement in a gown that turned into a blue train.
In leather and lace by Chrome Hearts.
Wearing a zingy electric blue look by Head of State.
In a silky off-the-shoulder gown by Christian Siriano and Boucheron jewellery.
Bottega Veneta’s nod to “casual Fridays.”
In a Louis Vuitton .
On the carpet, another gold gown — this time by Michael Kors – was donned with Messika jewelry.
In a Versace gown with butterflies strewn in her hair.
In Gucci, she looked as stunning as ever.
In a sheer, off-the-shoulder Miu Miu outfit, Maude radiated glamour.
In turquoise Atelier Versace.
Lila wore a Burberry’s crystal-encrusted “bare dress”.
in a Ralph Lauren body-skimming gown with built-in hood.
In a strapless gilded gown by Schiaparelli.
In Ralph Lauren.
Wearing all white Tom Ford and Bulgari jewellery.
Iris Van Herpen created a striking style for her.
In favor of a delicate Louis Vuitton sheer aesthetic rather than Bridgerton-esque imperial lines.
Wearing Tiffany & Co. jewelry and an Atelier Versace gown.
Area created Chloe’s spherical, futuristic image.
in Wes Gordon for Carolina Herrera’s candy-floss pink gown.
Wearing Louis Vuitton.
Wearing custom Burberry by Riccardo Tisci.
Wearing a polka dot Tory Burch look with Boucheron jewellery.
Wearing a sparkling gown by Jonathan Simkhai with Cartier jewellery.
Wearing a custom gown by Oscar de la Renta
Wearing a green gown by Atelier Prabal Gurung.
In a pristine-white Off-White gown.
Wearing a striped Schiaparelli suit.
In an embellished Chanel gown.
Adding a splash of electric blue to the carpet in Kenzo by Nigo.
Wearing Tom Ford.
in a Schiaparelli’s extravagant couture look.
In a Bernard James’ jewelry and a stylish white suit
Wearing a Gucci made a pleated suit.
Wearing a Michael Kors’s one-shoulder ensemble.
Wearing Christian Siriano gown with cutouts in black.
In sleek suiting by Chloé and Bulgari jewellery.
Wearing a Vivienne Westwood couture in bright pink.
In an Atelier Prabal Gurung’s diaphanous sky-blue tulle gown.
Wearing a gilded look by Miss Sohee.
Wearing a Marni-designed ensemble on the red carpet.
Wearing a gothic look by Thom Browne.
Jeremy Scott, who designed her sequined ensemble, was in attendance at the Met Gala.
Iris Van Herpen created this stunning style for her.
Wearing “Gucci head to toe,” as he puts it.
Alongside Hugh Dancy, dressed in a Lanvin gown.
Serving sci-fi in Iris Van Herpen and Boucheron jewellery.
In a navy mini dress by Louis Vuitton.
In a Prada gown with no straps.
Wearing a feather-trim gown by Michael Kors.
In a silver halterneck look.
Arriving at her first Met Gala in Paco Rabanne by Julien Dossena.
In a lace gown and matching gloves by Givenchy.
She walked the red carpet alongside Joseph Altuzarra, wearing a gold scaled gown.
Dazzling in Chanel.
Wearing an ornate gown by Victor Glemaud.
In a lavender look by Prabal Gurung.
Wearing Peter Do.
Renée Elise Goldsberry
Wearing a black and white fishtail gown by Carolina Herrera.
At her first Met in Thom Browne
Jared Leto, Dakota Johnson and Alessandro Michele
Twinning on the red carpet.
Wearing a silky dark brown Givenchy suit.
Wearing a look by Miss Sohee with a trailing train.
In a Givenchy by Matthew Williams.
Wearing a sculptural velvet suit by Off-White.
Prabal Gurung keeps the pink trend going in his custom designs.
Paying tribute to the immigrant workers who “kept the Gilded Age alive” in Louis Vuitton
Wearing Micheal Kors.
Wearing Conner Ives.
Wearing a white gown by Tory Burch and Boucheron jewellery.
Chloë Grace Moretz
In an ornate jacket by Louis Vuitton.
Wearing a Miu Miu “King of Dudes” outfit.
In pastel Oscar de la Renta.
In purple velvet separates.
Wearing Atelier Prabal Gurung’s corseted outfit.
In a hot pink and red Atelier Prabal Gurung.
Bringing contrast to the sea of gold looks in silver Tom Ford.
Alexandre Mattiussi, with whom she walked the red carpet, designed her ensemble.
Wearing a high-shine look by Christopher Kane.
In custom Louis Vuitton and Cartier jewellery.
Wearing a crystal-encrusted suit jacket by Giorgio Armani.
Priscilla Presley and Baz Luhrmann
Both are dressed in Prada outfits.
Wearing Boss to the Met.
Wearing an angular jacket with spiked lapels by Tommy Hilfiger.
The designer’s ensemble paid homage to André Leon Talley, who passed away recently.
Arriving at the Met in a suit and bow-tie.
In a whimsical look by Iris Van Herpen.
In a suit, Bradley kept things basic.
Posing in a Prada beaded gown.
Wearing a Moschino’s body-sculpting gold gown.
In a Moschino gown with a lot of volume.
Wearing a custom look by Zegna.
Designer, Thom Browne created the unique look for Jordan.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
Thom Browne embroidered suits and Boucheron jewelry were worn.
In a feathered gown by Giambattista Valli couture.
Wearing a gown by Danielle Frankel.
A sculptural jacket that interprets this year’s theme.
Embroidered along the neckline and hem of a handmade Joseph Altuzarra gown are the names of 60 ladies.
In an embellished dress and feather-trim cape from Chanel haute couture by Virginie Viard.
A sheer “bare dress” by Moschino and Messika jewelry adorned her Met Gala steps.
La La Anthony
Wearing a cut-out gown by LaQuan Smith and David Yurman jewellery.
Tommy and Dee Hilfiger
Taking to the red carpet as a couple.
Wearing a Ralph Lauren suit and Verdura jewellery.
Michael Kors and Sigourney Weaver
Sigourney Weaver was dressed in Michael Kors and attended the Met Gala with him.
Laurie Cumbo, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, with her now-fiancé, who proposed on the steps of the MET.
In a sparkling navy gown with sheer sleeves.
Christian Siriano’s autumn/winter 2022 collection features a spliced aesthetic.
Wearing Schiaparelli golden embellishments suit and platforms.
In a royal purple Moschino look decorated with pearls.
In a white tie suit, he looked dashing.
Samuelle Leibovitz and Annie Leibovitz
Making the Met Gala a family affair.
Wearing a look by Dior Men.
In a corseted suit.
In all black Prada.
Kelvin Harrison Jr
In a bead-scattered look by Prada.
In an avant-garde Burberry look.
Matching Glenn Close and Nicola Peltz Beckham in hot pink Valentino.
In Atelier Prabal Gurung.