Now the dust has settled on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 80th Costume Institute Gala red carpet, let’s take a moment to reflect, shall we?
On all the fashion at the annual fundraiser run by Vogue Editor Anna Wintour. And why Beyonce wasn’t there, but her sister Solange was. And that it was Kylie Jenner’s first appearance with Travis Scott since their daughter Stormi came along.
But mostly on actress Sarah Jessica Parker’s incredible head piece.
Is it a throne? Is it a cage? Is it a replica of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding ceremony?
No, it’s a nativity set.
As in, a Dolce & Gabbana to-scale nativity scene with Mary and Jesus, sitting on top of Carrie Bradshaw’s head.
Speaking to E!, the mother-of-two who is reportedly "a stickler for a theme" said she was always going to go all out with this years' theme, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.
“I am inspired by the themes. One can only do your best. This was particularly enjoyable because Dolce & Gabbana — they’re devoted observant Catholics — and so they’ve grown up with the church and imagery and they had a lot of strong feelings and beautiful sketches so it was easy," the 53-year-old said.
Sarah Jessica wasn't the only one who
bothered to dress appropriately took the dress code seriously.
Check out the other celebrities who wore stunning 2018 Met Gala head pieces below. How long until Melbourne Cup again?
Here are some of the wildest looks from Met Galas gone by. Post continues after video.
Whose was your favourite Met Gala 2018 red carpet look?