With this year’s Met Gala theme being Manus x Machina-theme: Fashion in an Age of Technology, Kim Kardashian, Cindy Crawford, Poppy Delevingne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley led a stream of stars getting it spot on.
Kim and Kanye West both rocked Balmain – and the reality beauty leg bombed her way along the red carpet in the shiny couture look which clung to her famous curves.
Kim wore the form-fitting dress, which was nipped in at the waist and had long sleeves, with a pair of silver strappy heels and chunky, dazzling jewels.
The star, whose make-up looked as flawless as ever, bleached her eyebrows a few shades lighter and wore her dark locks scraped back away from her face.
Meanwhile she was joined in the metallics by Cindy Crawford, who showed off her flawless figure in a skintight silver number, wearing her hair straight and opting for dramatic make-up for the event.
And following the theme perfectly was Kim’s little sister Kylie Jenner, who matched up in her own dazzling gown, showing off her tiny waist with sheer panels down each side.
Elsewhere, Poppy Delevingne took the plunge in a layered nude and grey gown, looking completely unrecognisable as she threatened to steal her sister’s style crown.
With choker necklaces and dark make-up, she posed up a storm on the red carpet.
Leading the couples on the night were Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – and the supermodel once again wowed in a thigh-split white number.
Adding sky-high stilettos, she risked a major wardrobe malfunction in the revealing one-piece.
She wasn’t alone, as Emily Ratajkowski came dangerously close to flashing too much in a floor-length white gown with a black train,
The Blurred Lines beauty wore her hair tightly tied back and redefined the meaning of leg-bombing.
But perhaps stealing the crown for most daring outfit of the night was Homeland star Claire Danes, who rocked up in a HUGE silvery blue number.
And as if the outfit itself wasn’t enough on its own – a snap of the gown lighting up then went viral online – because why wouldn’t it.