Behold The Best-Dressed Couples From The 2019 Met Gala
Including Jared Leto and Jared Leto
This year's Met Gala brought us some of the best red carpet looks we've seen in ages, as many of the attendees took the year's broad "Notes on Camp" theme and ran with it. And, some of the best dressed came in pairs, either accentuating each other's looks or offering two completely different, clashing campy styles.
Just as the theme itself is subversive and meant to challenge the norm, so, too, did many of these "couples." Some people brought themselves, some brought friends, some brought colleagues, some brought siblings. Who would we be to restrict the definition of what a couple is, especially for this night?
Below, check out the best dressed couples of the 2019 Met Gala.
The symbolic son of Alessandro Michele, Jared Leto, reminded us of Gucci's severed head runway moment, from a couple seasons back, by bringing himself as a date.
We're obsessed with the fact that Nick Jonas chose to dress down and let Priyanka Chopra's look have the spotlight. Couple goals.
Ezra Miller and his mask brought us one of the most shocking reveals of the night.
Alessandro Michele and his other symbolic son, Harry Styles, came in ruffled jumpsuits. Do we spy two different colors of nail polish on Styles' nails?
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke stunned in fetish looks; Dunham was a rubber fetishist, while Kirke was a balloon fetishist. When will you and your best friend ever?
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen wearing head-to-toe leather is our new favorite thing.
Billy Porter may have been the star of his look, but his choice of transportation definitely made for the best group moment.
We're not sure whether we want Tessa Thompson to hit us with her whip or her stunning braid, but we're counting the braid as being its own discrete entity.
Lady Gaga and all of her helpers made the best first entrance.
Zendaya and Law Roach put on a show, as Zendaya was transformed into a glowing Cinderella.
Lupita Nyong'o and her fan were a delightful duo.
Michael Urie took the opportunity to remind us that gender truly is a social construct, and you can be your own couple if you want.
Lilli Reinhart brought us Kirsten Dunst in Marie Antoinette vibes, and Cole Sprouse wore probably the best vest we've ever seen.