It's the weekend, baby!

With the VMAs and New York Fashion Week in the proverbial bag following a few major shows, headline-worthy events and emerging must-knows, it was time for the next major moment in fashion: the Met Gala.

Celebs stormed the red carpet, yielding shocking lows and the occasional high. Gigi flexed, Kim hid, Timothée slouched, and Justin, uh, really slouched. And Grimes wielded a sword.

As for the actual Met exhibit, we both loathed and liked it.

Meanwhile, Nigo took over KENZO, White Mountaineering collaborated with UNIQLO, Apple dropped a new iPhone, Drake dished new Nocta, LeBron hit the road, and James Bond gear — both bad and good — dropped.

Speaking of drops, Playboi Carti did something.

But in terms of actual drops, we saw new kicks from the likes of National Geographic x Reebok, A$AP Rocky NOAH, Alpha Industries, Nike, and Billie Eilish. And Billie Eilish, again.

Below, relive some of the week's standout moments. If you need us, we'll be logging onto Russia's Grailed.

Getting Dressed With Irina Shayk

“Nobody wants an empty vessel. Now you have to bring more than just beauty: everyone is fed up with perfect.”

Charting the Rise of the Rash Album Release

"So why are acts — particularly in the worlds of hip-hop, R&B, and electronic music — towing to a trend that doesn’t look to be waning any time soon? And what impact is it having?"

A Lesson in Cultural Pride at Kim Shui SS22

"Modeled by a nearly all-Asian cast, the collection is cerebral camp, style with attitude. Retooling costume-y, kitschy symbols of America in jade and silk, Shui flips a middle finger to the entire concept of tropes."

Spencer Phipps Says Save the Fucking World (& Have Fun Doing It)

“If you can make it fun, you can include people. It's like, 'no, actually, you don’t have to wear naturally-dyed linens for the rest of your life — you can also wear vintage motocross pants!'"

Celebrate 'Schumacher' With Michael Schumacher’s Best Style Moments

"Ah, the pre-iPhone era, how could we forget it? No touchscreens and no Instagram might sound like a nightmare, but the pinnacle of function – wearing your phone as an accessory — is everything but."

  • Image Credit:Phipps / Heji Shin / Emiily Chang / Kim Shui / Andreas Rentz / Getty Images / Joseph Okpako / Getty Images
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