First of Monday of May already past and here we are ready to review to time oof the year where celebrities of all ages come together in New York to support the fashion collection of the Met Museum. Before we start ranking the best menswear seen on the red carpet of the Met Gala, we just want to remind you that last week we try to give you a simple idea, an inspiration moodboard and some predictions about the theme of this year event (read here).
1. Manu Rios wearing Moschino.
Being his first Met Gala he was an statement mixing the brocades in womenswear of that time into the classic American suit.
2. Jacob Elordi wearing Burberry.
In this case, the selection of a wonderful simple suit and the little decorations on it, fit perfectly the theme of white tie.
3. Evan Mock wearing HEAD OF STATE.
He went for a pastel look matching his hair with a historic feel all the way, mixing womenswear and menswear.
4. Bad Bunny wearing Burberry.
He is one more time again avoiding the toxic masculinity that surround the formal wear, implementing shoulders and silhouettes from the world of womenswear.
5. Alton Mason wearing Prada.
The whole look is reminiscent of the Gilded Age from a womenswear perspective. The sparkle and the movement of the cape is impressing.
6. Harris Dickinson wearing Dior Men.
Kim Jones express all his codes with a touch from the time of the theme.
7. Ashton Sanders wearing Casablanca.
Denim fantasy in menswear mixing the structure of the feminine corset with the militar kinda look.
8. Shawn Mendes wearing Tommy Hilfiger.
This amazing and historic kinda coat reveals a black suit that match perfectly the vibe of the singer in all of his appearances.
9. Kodi Smit-Mcphe wearing Bottega Veneta.
Utilitarian society is what Blazy is tryna achieve with the look, referencing certain aspects of American society.
10. Jordan Roth wearing Thom Browne.
This over-the-top coat hide a perfect tailored suit made by the master of it, it would not have harmed more white.
11. Jack Harlow wearing Burberry.
The brand accommodate him with a sexy and formal brown suit, that it doesn’t much the theme of the Met Gala but yes the vibe.
12. Jeremy Pope wearing Dion Lee.
This leather look is fierceful and representative of a time in America, is it the right one though?
13. Austin Butler wearing Prada.
The simpler the better in this case, Prada’s table just have gems like this one. Sophisticated black suit made for the occasion, the lack of white tie is a little bit out of the theme.
14. Giveon wearing Chanel.
The famous brand keeps coming out with menswear just for this men and is all incredible, it doesn’t attach with theme very well but we support.
15. Sebastian Stan wearing Valentino.
He was different to the rest but because it didn’t match the theme, the color is good though and it makes a great opportunity to get some exposure for the brand from men.