The Dazzling Met Gala After-Party Looks You Didn't See


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Just when you thought nothing could possibly top last night's red carpet, the Met Gala after-parties stepped in and delivered an abundance of stellar looks. While the Met Gala's official dress code called for white-tie, with most attendees in floor-length dresses, the after-parties were filled with itty-bitty minis and plenty of sultry outfits.

For instance, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner both went with lacy sheer numbers, while Hailey Bieber wore a crystal bra with booty shorts. Blake Lively changed out of her heavy Versace red carpet gown into an embellished mini dress that was no doubt a bit easier to dance in. Scroll down to see all the 2022 Met Gala after-party looks from your favorite celebrities. 


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WHO: Blake Lively


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WHO: Bella Hadid


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WHO: Cardi B


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WHO: Olivia Rodrigo


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WHO: Brooklyn Peltz Beckham and Nicola Peltz Beckham


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WHO: Hailey Bieber


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WHO: Lily James


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WHO: Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian


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WHO: Kendall Jenner


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WHO: Karlie Kloss


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WHO: Megan Thee Stallion


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WHO: Laura Harrier


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WHO: Jasmine Tookes, Miranda Kerr, Sara Sampaio, and Lily Aldridge


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WHO: Madelaine Petsch


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WHO: Joan Smalls


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WHO: Rosalía 


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WHO: Camila Cabello


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WHO: Winnie Harlow

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