Every guest of the 2023 MET Gala arrived wearing their best looks to suit the theme: Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty, and the men in Valentino managed to steal the limelight. The MET Gala, which is formally called the Costume Institute Gala or the Costume Institute Benefit, is an annual fundraising gala held for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City. This year, the event brought together many of today’s biggest male celebrities across music, film, TV and sports.
Valentino Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli had once again proven his wonderful Couture mastery, designing outfits for both men and women for the star-studded event. See the men’s winning looks in Valentino below.
The Chilean-American actor played with colour and proportion for his Met Gala 2023 look. The actor was wearing a Valentino Black Tie red double wool oversized coat with scarf, red popeline oversized shirt, black wool shorts and black silk faille tie with gold metal V, and VALENTINO GARAVANI boots. His outfit was designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and styled Julie Ragolia.
Nick Jonas chose a look from the Fall Winter 23/24 Valentino Black Tie collection. He wore a Black nappa leather blazer and ton-sur-ton tailored grisailled trousers, white popeline shirt and black silk faille tie, designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and styled by Sydney Lopez.
Singer Labrinth opted for a bold look in a Valentino red jacket, trousers and oversized shirt, black silk faille tie and black nappa leather gloves, and a long red crepe couture cape. Designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli, styled by Lisa Jarvis.
Last but not least, Brooklyn Beckham arrived in a full Valentino look designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli, styled by EJ Briones. He wore a black tailored grisaille blazer with ton-sur-ton silk satin scarf and trousers, black chiffon shirt and black silk faille tie.
More celebrities wearing Valentino at the 2023 MET Gala:
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