Former Another Man cover star Harry Styles arrived at last night’s Met Gala wearing Gucci alongside the house’s creative director Alessandro Michele. Styles was a co-chair of this year’s Gala – alongside Anna Wintour, Lady Gaga, Serena Williams and Michele – which saw stars take on the theme of camp to celebrate the opening of the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute exhibition, Camp: Notes on Fashion. While Michele opted for an iridescent pink puff-sleeved and ruffled suit, Styles took a more subdued – but no less camp – approach to the theme in ultra-high rise black trousers and a sheer black pussy-bow blouse, with patent block heels and a single pearl earring (he had his ears pierced especially). Elsewhere and also in Gucci, Jared Leto carried one of the night’s most macabre accessories: a silicone model of his own head (iterations of which we first saw on the Italian house’s A/W18 runway). Men made internet-breaking statements on the pink carpet this year, from Billy Porter being carried in atop a litter by six men and then spreading his gold-sequinned wings for the cameras to Ezra Miller’s surrealist-inspired make-up of eyes painted across his face, which the actor initially concealed behind a mask. Frank Ocean was more understated in custom Prada, Dev Hynes went for Gucci pastels, and current Another Man cover star Ashton Sanders suited up in Telfar.