The singer paired a sheer lace top with a pair of Harem-style sequin pants.For the event, the Getting Curious star paired the Maison Margiela dress with a Prada clutch and Pierre Hardy platform boots.We absolutely came to slay this lewk & f--- a gender norm, Van Ness wrote in an Instagram post sharing the outfit.The Next in Fashion host wore an ivory-colored suit with a cropped jacket and a statement-making black bow tie.The Inventing Anna actress and E! red-carpet host paired the see-through look with a matching black net fascinator and striking purple hair.The singer paired the daring look with a pair of sheer polka-dot gloves and simple black heels.The Industry Baby rapper paired a Versace lilac pantsuit that featured a dress detail on one side with a bold 80's-style mullet wig and matching purple boots.This was a fun one. It looks really hot, sexy, spicy. That's Versace, he later told GQ. I really wanted to be the most honest that I possibly could and not feel that I was telling someone's else story but finding my own, Stewart said of her Chanel ensemble. I didn't want to feel placed in an outfit, I wanted to feel it's a second skin. I wanted to feel an elevated elegance, and the right way to do this was to lean in to 'less is more' and allow yourself to stand in your own skin rather than put on armor.Monaé, who came out as nonbinary in April and uses they/them and she/her pronouns, paired the Christian Siriano-designed gown with minimal accessories and wore their hair in playful space buns.The completely see-through gown, designed by Dolce & Gabanna, left little to the imagination. The Without Me singer paired the look with a pair of black heels and a thong underneath the sheer fabric.Porter was first carried down the pink carpet by six men in matching ensembles, then stepped down onto the red carpet to reveal a pair of golden wings attached to the arms of his sequin jumpsuit.I've been trying to get invited for decades, Porter told Vogue. Coming from the theatre and being flamboyant and campy my whole life, it was a breath of fresh air to have this focus on the genre. It's what I do.It's about women empowerment, gender equality — it's a bit like, 'Stick it to the man,' Delevingne told Vogue live correspondent Keke Palmer at the event.However, the look was controversial in that Delevigne didn't give credit for the outfit's key feature to Black queer sex educator Luna Matatas, who owns the trademark to the phrase peg the patriarchy and frequently uses it in her work and merchandise, according to Them.Levy worked with fashion designer Jonathan Anderson on his colorful look inspired by the resilience and the love and the joy of the LGBTQ+ community. The custom outfit featured a map-like design that forms the shape of two men kissing. The design was adapted from the work of AIDS activist David Wojnarowicz.I think that has always kind of been what the Met has embodied — doing what you can do to send a message, Levy told Vanity Fair. It's not just clothes, you're celebrating the impact that fashion can have and culture.Dorfman also made a with her accessories, carrying a clutch bag bearing the words Protect Trans Kids and wearing a 200-year-old crown that she told E! embodied her divine moment on the red carpet.The YouTube star paired the sexy look with a pair of distressed sheer gloves and simple black heels.Siwa paired a sparkly rainbow bandeau top underneath a lace jumpsuit with a deep V-neckline and a sheer texture. The Dancing With the Stars runner-up also accessorized with temporary rainbow heart tattoos to show support to her LGBTQ+ community.