• Jennifer Lopez in Balmain | AMY SUSSMAN/WWD/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

  • Rihanna in Maison Margiela | STEPHEN LOVEKIN/VARIETY/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

  • Blake Lively in Versace | STEPHEN LOVEKIN/VARIETY/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

  • Madonna in Jean Paul Gaulthier | EVAN AGOSTINI/INVISION/AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

  • Sarah Jessica Parker in Dolce & Gabbana et Fred Lighton Jewelry | EVAN AGOSTINI/INVISION/AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

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Jennifer Lopez in Balmain | AMY SUSSMAN/WWD/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK 

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Met Galla 2018: A Catholic Kind of Fashion

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8 May
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This year's Costume Institute Exhibition, at MET Gala, had a religious explosionof fashion on the Red Carpet. Priesty costumes, holyn auras and divine pristine veils, all were part of the event. Stars wanted to explore the field and designers put on their best shows.

Definitely, one of the stars of MET Gala is Sarah Jessica Parker. With a Dolce & Gabbana gold gown and an elaborate Nativity scene headpiece, she definitely was the heart of the idea. The crown honours the theme of this edition: "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and Catholic Imagination. " 

So, the theme kept its religious vibe and everyone showed their attachement to religion or not. 

"I do, I'm Catholic - absolutely," Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, in Ralph Lauren. 

"I don't believe in one specific god, no," Zac Posen said. "I think belief is very important and powerful, and I respect religion a lot and I think it takes time for people who aren't immediately following to find what they believe in." 

Apart from it, the event was high in creation and everyone took their sparkling aura on a Red Carpet that seems to be one of the most memorabke from all the editions.