The Met Gala being the biggest night in fashion leave many to ask who will attend and what everyone in attendance is wearing. The theme for the gala is showing some controversy with, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”

The exhibition received official approval from the Vatican, with over 150 the Costume Institutes’s next big exhibit will include 50 garments/accessories loaned from the Vatican. Brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Versace will be featured due to their reference to religious undertones in their designs.

Head curator, Andrew Bolton clarifies that the focus of the exhibit is, “Catholic imagination and the way it has engaged artists and designers and shaped their approach on creativity, as opposed to any kind of theology or sociology.” Implying that the creativity for the event through the involvement Catholic culture in the art realm.

Papal wardrobe pieces featured are on loan from the Sistine Chapel sacristy, which few have been seen outside the Vatican. Making this Met Gala an exclusive look into the Vatican society while giving more exposure to Catholicism.

Some big names will not be able to grace the red carpet for the Met Gala this year, including Beyonce and President Donald Trump. Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z will be vacationing so they will be unable to make it. While President Donald Trump was declared unwelcome by Met Gala Host and Vogue Editor, Anna Wintour.

In October 2017 on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Wintour had a choice to eat pickled pig’s feet or answer which celebrity would never receive a Met Gala Invitation again. She chose to answer that Donald Trump would not receive an exclusive invitation.

Check out all the top looks from the Met Gala 2018 here.