To accessorize with his Thom Browne dress and blazer, which was styled by Britt Theodora, the comedian wore Fred Leighton custom garnets as a tribute to his late dad's birthstone.
Athleisure knits were reinvented the ballgown way for the singer's AZ Factory look, styled by Wayman + Micah and designed to hug her curves.
The actress channeled the glamorous Ziegfeld girls in this Miu Miu design, styled by Jessica Paster. "Emily loves a theme," Jessica shared with Zanna. "She goes all in."
In tribute to the theme, the actress donned this Chanel look, styled by Tara Swennen, that paid homage to Elvis Presley and a 1950s cowgirl. She accessorized with the "Comète Spirale" ring from Chanel's fine jewelry collection.
The singer continued her streak of channeling Marilyn Monroe in this Oscar de la Renta ballgown and accessorized with 53 carats of Cartier diamonds.
The star sported Prabal Gurung's design, embellished with a dragon print and styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, in homage to trailblazing actress Anna May Wong.
The Oscar winner donned De Beers diamonds and a Versace gown with a denim twist styled by Micaela Erlanger, who told Zanna their theme was "denim and diamonds." The inspiration? Versace's iconic ad campaigns from the 90's.
Maluma channeled classic American western with a Versace twist in head-to-toe red leather styled by Ugo Mozie. Ugo told Zanna that the music superstar was super hands on throughout the creative process, and hoped to make the late Gianni Versace "proud."
For the Ozark actress' Stella McCartney for Adidas look, styled by Elizabeth Saltzman, fishnet fabric was embellished with Swarovski crystals and layered over a bodysuit. Simply put, Elizabeth described the look to Zanna as "undies and a crystal dress."
The actress' lace-up Dundas gown, styled by Maeve Reilly, featured the work of 50 people who hand-embroidered the dress in India. The garment traveled in strips to New York City, where it was assembled together.
The actress' sequin-lined Michael Kors Collection outfit, styled by Wayman + Micah, harkened back to the brand's Fall 1988 collection and took 600 man hours to create. When Regina tried the look on for the first time, Wayman and Micah told Zanna she said, "Like a boss."
It was impossible for Saweetie not to shine in her Christian Cowan gown. As she told E! News, the dress was embellished with—drumroll please—10 million crystals.
Designer Harris Reed, who partnered with Dolce & Gabbana, told Vogue it took 400 hours of "hand-tacking, hand-gluing, hand-embellishing, gold-leafing, finessing" to bring the supermodel's look, including the Vivienne Lake-collaborated hat, to life.
For her first Met Gala, the Euphoria star shined thanks in part to her Jonathan Simkhai gown, which dripped with thousands of Swarovski crystals and pearls—the result of more than 100 hours of craftsmanship.
The singer was the Met Gala's standout Horse Girl in her Collina Strada gown, topped with an actual horse head replica that took four days to sculpt and paint.
It's clear Gabrielle Union's Iris van Herpen gown, styled by Thomas Kikis, was a work of art—one that she told E! News took "1,400 man-hours" to assemble. As she explained, "We've been working on this since April."
The gymnast was every bit the Olympic gold medalist as she posed in an AREA x Athleta gown weighing a whopping 88 pounds. In fact, the athlete had six men on duty to help lift that massive train.
Perhaps the only thing more dramatic than her faceless, all-black Balenciaga ensemble was the 75-inch pony tail hairstylist Chris Appleton gave her to go with it.