Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian (Photo: Jeff Kravits/Getty Images)

Fashion’s biggest night might just be Twitter’s too.

The Met Gala arrived once again, and all the celebrities were dressing according to theme. This year, the dress code called for Gilded Glamour, a continuation of the Costume Institute’s exhibition, dubbed “In America,” which began last year with “A Lexicon of Fashion.” The second part of the exhibition, “An Anthology of Fashion,” centers “sartorial narratives that relate to the complex and layered histories” of the nation’s formative eras, according to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

As per usual, the glitzy high-fashion event invited admiration as much as it did commentary from the Twitter masses. From the eyebrow-raising theme to some dazzling outfit reveals, find the funniest tweets about the best (and worst) looks of the night ahead.


Twitter users kept the commentary rolling on the night’s theme, inspired by the Gilded Age.

https://twitter.com/blgtylr/status/1521237949635043328

Ashley Tisdale offered up some of her old red-carpet looks for Met Gala style inspo—to her fans’ delight.

People were mesmerised by Blake Lively’s incredible dress reveal.

The men’s outfits got some scrutiny.

Fans duly noted a rare SZA appearance.

https://twitter.com/MODELIONS/status/1521269654831964161

Shawn Mendes’s outfit got some comparisons.

https://twitter.com/lorelaiswiftt/status/1521259659612594176

There were mixed reactions to Kim Kardashian wearing Marilyn Monroe’s iconic “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress.

https://twitter.com/userctrI/status/1521290035886182400
https://twitter.com/TheKimbino/status/1521290842928939009

An entertainment reporter received a lot of love for her Cinderella-esque work uniform.

Of course, it wasn’t truly fashion’s biggest night until Twitter said Jason Derulo had fallen down the steps of the Met Gala.

https://twitter.com/dodaistewart/status/1521237859860156416

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US