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Expert Fashion Commentary On The Met Gala's Most Outrageous Outfits

By Kristy Puchko | Celebrity | May 5, 2015 |

By Kristy Puchko | Celebrity | May 5, 2015 |

In the grand tradition of the Met Costume Gala, the stars came out last night wearing all array of wild-ass outfits (and wild ass-out fits). Here’s a rundown of the big looks that have everyone talking, complete with our very fashion-savvy commentary.

Kerry Washington stepped out in the haute couture version of Kaylee’s cotillion gown.

Sartorial scamp, Spike Lee pulled inspiration from “Express Yourself” era Madonna.

While the Material Girl found her muse at Hot Topic’s prom department.

Katy Perry’s graffiti gown got an added dash of glamor thanks to a plus one as a prop. Note: That his suit jacked was made to kneel down to her dress.

Solange Knowles says, “Beyon-Who?”

Anne Hathaway here, reminding you Into The Woods is out on DVD! Oh, no wait. She wasn’t in that. Then what’s the deal with the hood?

Lady Gaga campaigns for a role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens From An Elegant Nap.

Kimye turned heads with this nude illusion. The lace of which pulled some inspiration from the motherboard of my old desktop computer. Very daring.

Awkward: JLo brought the barely-there heat too.

But before you can ask “Who wore it best?” Queen Bey says, “Better luck next time, bitches.”

Rihanna broke from the nearly nude trend of her peers by wearing all the fabric.

Jennifer Lawrence looks like the Barbie Doll I forced my self-stitched ensembles on. Which is to say, she looks radiant despite whatever that Frankendress is on her body.

Lily Collins goes all Audrey Hepburn meets a Monet, and it’s flawless.

Showing her love for Samurai Jack, Sarah Jessica Parker cosplayed as a gender-swapped Aku.

Never to be outdone, Jennifer Connelly came as a Magic Eye. Cross your eyes and you can see a sailboat!

Lisa Bonet would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the time she burned the house down on Drunk History as Mary Ellen Pleasant.

Zendaya dares Guilianna Rancic to say something, while we want an action figure of whatever this is. Mystic? Sand Snake? Superheroine with skirt/cape combo? Whichever, we’re on board.

But the winner of the Met Gala goes to House Stark. Hands down.

Sophie Turner showing ice and fire. Bow down.

Kristy Puchko’s expert fashion credentials include watching every season of Project Runway (before it moved to Lifetime) and every episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race at least twice.

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Kristy Puchko is the managing editor of Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.