The MET Gala’s red carpet is considered to be the Super Bowl of fashion as celebrities line up their best ensembles to stun the world, drenched in designer brands. Male A-listers left quite the impression on the event’s famous carpet. As the men’s apparel continues to boom across the market, it’s not surprising these stars did not hold back in participating in the theme. Channeling Pope inspirations to velvet garments, here are Salute Magazine’s Best Dressed menswear at the Met Gala 2018.
Michael B. Jordan
The ‘Black Panther’ actor donned in an Off-White dark striped matching suit, with a David Yurman cross pinned on his left side.
Actor Darren Criss stood out with an embroidered lapel jacket from Dolce & Gabbana, inspired by the Byzantine mosaics.
The singer wore a lapel tuxedo from Dolce & Gabbana with a classic black silk brocade, detailed with 24k gold thread stitching.
On his parent night-out, the rapper sported a sleek military tuxedo with a leather harness by Alexander Wang.
The iconic trio stunned the red carpet with head-to-toe Versace, consisting of stylish loafers and crystal embellished looks inspired by Madonne and Amore e Psiche print.
Just days after releasing his iconic “This Is America” music video, the artist donned in a unique purple Gucci, contrasted with black lapels and white loafers.
The actor brought simplicity yet elegance to the red carpet, sporting New York-based menswear line, Thom Browne.
The ‘Infinity Wars’ star channeled his superhero moments, wearing a custom-made tuxedo with gold beading and a bejeweled cross cape.
Diddy and Christian Combs
Like father, like son. Christian Combs joined his father at the event sporting a black velvet tuxedo designed by Dolce & Gabbana with holy crosses standing out in shiny stones. Diddy showed that he never loses his touch, donning an all-white tuxedo designed by Musika Frère.
Jared Leto in Gucci
The 46-year-old actor wore a custom Gucci one-button jacket with oversized velvet lapels. His look was accessorized with a gold metal crown, along with a liturgical stole decorated in enamels and crystals.
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