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  • Jillian Rose

Met Gala’s Best and Worst: UAFS’ Choice

Almost every year, there are videos and articles of the famous yearly fashion event and they don’t always get it right. As a way to take a break from cramming for finals, UAFS students were asked to participate in a survey to submit their choices for best dressed, worst dressed, honorable mentions, and dishonorable mentions from this year’s Met Gala to find out what the people really think.

This year’s event theme was ‘Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty’ in honor of the late, controversial fashion figure and creative director of Chanel since 1983.

After a whole day of submissions, the people have spoken and the results are in.

As promised, here are the top 5 submissions for each category in no particular order:

Best Dressed

Jared Leto (NYT/ Karl Lagerfeld cat costume)

Florence Pugh (ENews/ Valentino)

Lil Nas X (ENews/ Pat McGrath and Dior)

Quannah Chasinghorse (Fashionista/ Prabal Gurung)

Anne Hathaway (Gotham Magazine/ Versace)

Worst Dressed

Bad Bunny (Fashionista/ Jacquemus Suit)

Jennifer Lopez (InStyle/ Ralph Lauren)

Doja Cat (UsWeekly/ Oscar de la Renta)

Kim Kardashian (Cosmopolitan/ Schiaparelli)

Honorable Mentions

Pedro Pascal (GQ/ Valentino)

Billie Eilish (ENews/ Simone Rocha)

Rhianna (ELLE/ Valentino)

Jenna Ortega (Hollywood Life/ Thom Browne)

Sean Combs aka Diddy (FN/ Sean John)

Dishonorable Mentions

Kendall Jenner (Harper’s Bazaar/ Marc Jacobs)

Olivia Wilde (Glamour/ Chloe)

Kylie Jenner (Getty Images/ Jean Paul Gaultier)

Janelle Monae (ET/ Thom Browne)

Ice Spice (Teen Vogue/ Balmain)


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