14 best-dressed men who actually were camp at this year’s met gala

by Stephen Garner

The 2019 Met Gala was held in New York on Monday, May 6 and Hollywood’s top stars and fashion icons were dressed to look their best.

The Met Gala is an annual event where culture and fashion elite mingle to celebrate The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute newest exhibition. This year’s exhibit, “Camp: Notes On Fashion”, explores the origins of camp’s exuberant aesthetic. Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp'” provides the framework for the exhibition, which examines how the elements of irony, humor, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality, and exaggeration are expressed in fashion.

But, while some of the male attendee’s had the courage to step out in full camp attire, a lot of them chose to play it safe, and as a result, fell flat in their efforts to embrace this year’s theme.

Check out all of MR’s best-dressed men who committed to this year’s theme at the 2019 Met Gala!

Harry Styles in Gucci
Jared Leto in Gucci
Cole Sprouse in Salvatore Ferragamo
Ezra Miller in Burberry
Darren Criss in Balmain
Cody Fern in Maison Margiela
Billy Porter in The Blonds
Michael B. Jordan in Coach
Tommy Hilfiger
Alessandro Michele in Gucci
Benedict Cumberbatch in Labassa Woolfe
Nick Jonas in Dior
Dev Hynes in Gucci
Dapper Dan in Gucci

3 Replies to “14 BEST-DRESSED MEN WHO ACTUALLY WERE CAMP AT THIS YEAR’S MET GALA”

    1. There is plenty wrong with this picture. It unfortunately reflects a weak society that cannot distinguish a man from a woman.

    2. I don’t see anything wrong with this. If you are comfortable with your sexuality, you should be able to express yourself however you want, if it’s through clothes, even better. Navy and black suits are boring, lighten up!

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