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The Most Memorable Looks of

the 2021 Met Gala

By Rebag, Sep 14, 2021

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The Met Gala returns to pay homage to American fashion.

After a one-year hiatus, the Met Gala is back to celebrate the exhibition “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” From Frank Ocean’s robot baby to Laura Harrier’s Tiffany & Co. earrings, Rebag selected the most memorable looks, accessories — and of course, handbags — of the 2021 Met Gala. 

Laura Harrier

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Actress Laura Harrier dazzled in a shiny gold Altuzzara gown and Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger earrings and rings. 


Erica Rivinoja
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Grimes went full-on fantasy in a custom Iris van Herpen gown and a sword based on a Medieval one that’s in the Met’s permanent collection.

Virgil Abloh

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Louis Vuitton Men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh sported blue gloves with the Louis Vuitton logo in white.

Allyson Felix

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The U.S. Olympic track and field star looked gorgeous in a Fendi couture gown — made of 240,000 ostrich feathers and crystal beads — and clutch designed by artistic director Kim Jones.

A$AP Rocky and Rihanna

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The hot power couple made an impression, with Rihanna wearing Balenciaga Couture, and A$AP Rocky in ERL.

Justin Bieber

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Many speculated Justin Bieber would wear Balenciaga since he’s a face of the Paris fashion house, but his look came from Le Maison Drew an offshoot of Drew House, the brand he co-founded with his brother.

Frank Ocean

Amanda Seyfried
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Frank Ocean was dressed in Prada, but his best accessory was a robot baby he called Cody that the singer said pays tribute to the magic of the movies.

Yara Shahidi

Margot Robie
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Actress Yara Shahidi channeled singer Josephine Baker in a custom strapless Christian Dior gown accessorized with a diamond choker.

Amanda Gorman

Viola Davis
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Poet Amanda Gorman paid homage to the Statue of Liberty in her blue Vera Wang gown. Her book-shaped glutch featured the words “Give me your tired” in gold, a line from the poem “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus that is inscribed at the base of the Statue of Liberty.

Storm Reid

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Euphoria actress Storm Reid looked pretty in pink in her Prada ensemble.

Donatella Versace

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Donatella Versace may have been wearing the namesake brand started by her late brother Gianni Versace, but she paid attention to the American theme with sparkly stars and stripes bag.

Kris Jenner

Daniel Kaluuya
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Kris Jenner went for an all-black look that included a McQueen tuxedo and a crystal-encrusted Judith Leiber ball-and-chain bag.


Tiara Thomas
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The singer went head to toe in New York-based label Bode.


Vanessa Kirby
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Ciara celebrated one of the most American sports — football — by paying tribute to her husband Russell Wilson, who plays for the Seattle Seahawks, in a backless sequined gown by Peter Dundas and a football-shaped clutch covered in rhinestones.