These Were The Strongest Looks From The 2019 Met Gala Pre-Parties

At long last, fashion's most important night, The Met Gala 2019, "Camp: Notes on Fashion" is finally upon us. Ahead of the coveted event, Hollywood heavy hitters, musicians, and industry insiders put their best foot forward with far-out looks at kick-off engagements over the weekend. From the Vogue #CottonCampy party at New York's historic Stonewall Inn, to an intimate dinner at Anna Wintour's Greenwich Village apartment, the 2019 Met Gala pre-parties were jam-packed with looks that set the tone for the grand affair.

Nothing is off limits when it comes to camp. A true playground for all things extra, city sidewalks were filled with party-goers dressed to the nines, turning heads while en route to each extravagant bash. From statement suits to voluminous tulle, trendsetting attendees leaned into the over-the-top sensibility that characterizes Susan Sontag's iconic essay, which the Met's newest costume exhibit pays tribute to.

Setting the tone for Monday's gala and fresh spring style, a slew of tastemakers delivered on standout ensembles adorned in sequins, satin, and stripes — and that's only the appetizer. As you wait eagerly for the main event, feast your eyes on The Zoe Report's roundup of standout looks from the pre-Met festivities.

Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga is back. The Academy Award-winning artist stunned as she exited her New York hotel while en route to Anna Wintour's dinner, towering high above in platform stilettos that served iconic old school Gaga vibes.

Tracee Ellis Ross

The Blackish star looked dreamy in a disco-ready suit adorned with green sequins, accented by her signature afro and artful purple eyeshadow.

Kacey Musgraves

Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Kacey Musgraves departed from her signature Western-inspired aesthetic for Vogue's #CottonCampy party, and looked dapper in a checked suit from Marc Jacobs' Fall 2019 runway collection.

Lily Nova & Aweng Chuol

All that volume! Vogue models Nova and Chuol went all in with the theme on Saturday night, serving whimsical vibes in fantastic gowns of pink and green.

Harry Styles

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Met Gala co-chair and bonafide style god Harry Styles made a case for high-waisted trousers in menswear, pairing the wide-leg slacks with a simple tank and velvet blazer.

Serena Williams

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Serena Williams kept it simple with a lively neon two-piece set, proving the lime green trend still reigns in the style sphere.

Sienna Miller

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Sienna Miller accented her boyfriend's subtle black suit with a healthy dose of metallics and feathers, rounded out with gold and black pumps.

Elle Fanning

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The 21-year-old actor looked polished in a satin printed silver suit paired with a baby pink crossbody bag by Chanel.

Eva Chen

Instagram's head of fashion and Met Gala veteran, Eva Chen, amped up the fun with a mint green tulle number by Molly Goddard.