This year's Met Gala was a melting pot of heavenly beauty inspo. Ranging from clean and angelic to moody and gothic, the guests delivered their own takes on the theme Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Without further ado, see our most in-theme favorites below!
1. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Rosie took the divine aesthetic home with a gold halo headpiece tucked into a low bun. A true angel, indeed.
2. Kerry Washington
Another amazing take on gold was from Scandal star Kerry Washington, who accessorized her teased curls with a floral headpiece.
3. Kate Bosworth
There was something surreal about Kate Bosworth's beauty look despite its simplicity. According to makeup artist Beau Nelson, her flushed cheeks, all-over luminosity, and center-parted finger waves were inspired by Byzantine paintings from the eastern Roman empire.
4. Amanda Seyfried
Pared-down Renaissance glam was the look Amanda Seyfried was going for, and she nailed it effortlessly. We love how she updated the look with lightly frosted pink lips and a touch of glitter on the eyes!
As if her costume wasn't enough of a surprise, Rihanna elevated her hair game with peek-a-boo tendrils. We're in love with her bold choice of almost-bleached brows and smokey eye combo, too, both of which she easily pulled off.
6. Lily Collins
Lily's interpretation of Our Lady of Sorrows was absolute gothic perfection. The eye sequins, the teardrop, and the intricately braided locks punctuated by a spiked halo—there's nothing more a fan of the dark arts could ask for!
On the other hand, Sza was a fairytale dream come true in her tousled locks and gem-colored eyes. Her take on the heavenly teardrop was just divine.
The haloed rebel award goes to Solange, who skipped the curls entirely to let her gold shine. Like Rihanna, the singer went the smokey route with her eyes, going lash-leavy with a hint of glitter.
Paying homage to Joan of Arc, Zendaya donned a lightly air-dried red bob with micro fringe. As always, her brows were strong, angled, and brushed like a piece of art.
10. Sasha Lane
Sasha Lane's chain-embellished locks will surely go down in Met's beauty history, and so should her golden Mary Magdalene-inspired eyes.