Rihanna rolled up to her own Met Gala after-party after 2 a.m. on Tuesday morning at NYC club Up & Down, having changed from her "papal chic" outfit to "pajamas".
Vogue's Accessories and Special Projects Director Selby Drummond gave ABC News the behind-the-scenes scoop on the Gala's boldest fashion statements, inspired by the theme "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination".
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Madonna, a key religious provocateur early in her pop career, turned demure in a black, long-sleeved gown, with a huge gold crown, and a full face veil. Her performance at the gala was "breathtaking", said Drummond.
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Kendall, 22, took a serious plunge in a sharp white blazer with a neckline cut down to her waist, which was paired with matching flared trousers, her beloved red leather boots, one slim gold chain and a bold red-orange lip.
"If this was her last, I will say, she went out with a bang", said Longeretta. For the after-party at Up and Down Nightclub, Lively chose to return to her roots in this tartan plaid outfit that looked straight out of an episode of "Gossip Girl".
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