Met Gala's most bizarre celebrity outfits from Kylie Jenner to Cara Delevingne

Met Gala’s most bizarre celebrity outfits from Kylie Jenner to Cara Delevingne

From Kylie Jenner turning up in a wedding dress to Cara Delevingne going topless and spray painting herself gold, these are the most outrageous Met Gala 2022 outfits

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Met Gala 2022: Stars sparkle on red carpet in New York

Celebrities were out in force last night for this year’s Met Gala – but not everyone was a hit on the red carpet.

The annual event – dubbed the biggest night in fashion – is hosted by Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour.

This year’s theme was ‘Gilded Glamour’ in reference to the Gilded Age, a rich time in America during the late 19th century.

This meant there were corsets, bold silhouettes and surprise accessories on show as A-listers arrived at the star-studded event.

Kylie Jenner turned up in a wedding dress, Cara Delevingne went topless and spray painted herself gold – while actress Jessie Buckley drew on a moustache for the occasion.

Here are some of the most bizarre celebrity outfits from the Met Gala 2022.

Kylie Jenner







Kylie wore a white wedding dress
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The word ‘OFF’ was emblazoned across her chest
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We know Kylie loves the limelight, but fans were divided over her outfit at this year’s Met Gala.

The 24-year-old, who has just given birth to her second child, chose a white bridal gown which she paired with a backwards baseball cap and veil.

The word ‘OFF” was emblazoned across her chest which formed part of the mesh dress.

But it turns out the outfit was a tribute to Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton director Virgil Abloh, who passed away in November aged 41 from cancer.

Posting a tribute to him on Instagram Kylie wrote: “Virgil and I were supposed to go to the Met together before it got postponed in 2020. To celebrate V tonight and his incredible legacy truly means the world to me. I’m humbled to wear this dress and honor my talented beautiful friend. We felt you tonight Virgil and love you forever.”

Gigi Hadid







Gigi wowed in an oversized coat and leather look
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Gigi Hadid went hell for leather with a surprise dominatrix look for this year’s bash.

The 27-year-old donned a burgundy corset, matching leather pants and knee high boots

But what really set her outfit off was the huge burgundy puffer coat which dragged on the floor behind her as she swept up the stairs.

Nicki Minaj







Nicki Minaj revealed her dress was too small
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She was seen holding it up on the red carpet
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Rapper Nicki Minaj is known for her outrageous outfits – but she revealed she actually suffered a wardrobe malfunction at this year’s Met Gala.

The 39-year-old turned up in a black feather gown which she paired with a leather baseball cap.

But as she walked the red carpet she kept tugging at her top, later revealing the Burberry creation had been made too small.

She shared: “The only unplanned thing about my look is that my boobs [are] popping out because they made my cup size a little small.”

Jessie Buckley







Jessie Buckley wore a suit and large hat
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But she also found time to draw on a moustache
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One star who really embraced the fun of this year’s Met Gala theme was Jessie Buckley.

The Lost Daughter actress donned a pinstripe suit which she teamed with a large black hat – and a fake moustache.

And she certainly looked like she was having a good time as the 32-year-old couldn’t stop giggling on the red carpet.

Emma Corrin







Emma Corrin came as ‘King of the Dudes’
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She wore a tall top hat for the occasion
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Another British star turning heads at this year’s Met Gala was The Crown actress Emma Corrin.

Apparently her top hat and plaid coat look was meant to channel a 19th century dandy known as the ‘King of the Dudes’.

Underneath she wore a black waistcoat with matching shorts, white tights and pointy black boots.

Emily Ratajkowski







Emily loved her Met Gala look – but fans weren’t impressed
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She rocked a vintage Versace dress from the Nineties
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Poor Emily Ratajkowski ’s outfit got a slating from many commentators.

Despite saying she loved her vintage Versace look, which was heavily beaded at the top and had a structural skirt at the bottom, fans were not impressed.

‘I feel very lucky to be wearing this look,’ Ratajkowski said of the dress, which was previously worn by model Yasmeen Ghauri in a 1992 runway show.

Cara Delevingne







Cara arrived in a red suit with a walking stick
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She then whipped her jacket off to ‘free the nipple’
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Cara Delevingne dared to bare all at this year’s Met Gala as she whipped her top off on the red carpet.

The 29-year-old model told the crowd: “The nipple needs to be free” as she took off her red suit jacket to reveal she was covered in gold body paint.

She stuck her tongue out at photographers as she posed for snaps wearing just red trousers, gold platform shoes and a gold chain body harness.

But she stopped short of showing her full nipples and wore pasties over them instead, perhaps due to strict Met Gala rules.

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