Inside Rihanna's star-studded Met Gala after-party

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The intricate headpiece was a Neapolitan nativity altar made to scale by the Italian design house. The dramatic look was topped off with a structured, embossed leather jacket, emblazoned with a gold cross.

The annual star-studded party raises money for the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute and gives handsome people a chance to wear extremely attractive clothes.

Another noticeably absent supercouple was Beyonce and JAY-Z, but it appears there's no drama there - sources claim the pair skipped this year's Met Gala to get some rest before their joint On the Run II Tour kicks off in June.

Clooney arrived early in a striking silver corseted top, navy slacks and a cascading metallic, rose-patterned skirt.

Amal, an global human rights lawyer, stunned the crowd in a striking metallic floral-print corset dress complete with navy trousers, designed by Richard Quinn.

The gathering of A-list models, musicians and movie stars, dubbed "the Oscars of the East Coast", saw Amal Clooney, Rihanna and Donatella Versace join Vogue supremo Anna Wintour as this year's co-chairs.

Though the recent Vogue cover girl arrived with movie star husband George Clooney, the Academy Award victor knew his place. As The Cut first reported, real-life Jesuit priest James Martin, SJ, was in attendance at fashion's biggest night, where, among the sea of men in standard black suits (Chadwick Boseman, Darren Criss, and Jared Leto being some of the notable exceptions), his old-school vestments stood out (mind you, that's vestements, not Vetements).

Priyanka Chopra went for Ralph Lauren's gown along with Crusades inspired head piece.

Rita Ora's massive train trailed behind as photographers frantically snapped pictures of her elaborate, spiked headdress.

British journalist Piers Morgan in his latest column for DailyMail on the 2018 Met Gala that took place on Monday, May 7th night, and he has some though words for the organisers, the Vatican, and the celebrities who were dressed in various catholic regalia.

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