The Met Gala is all about the fashion, so what better night for an outfit change? Many of our favorite stars donned multiple looks on May 1, 2017, switching out of their Met garb for a fresh look at the parties. Check out all the quick changes, starting with Kate Hudson! At the Met Gala, Kate went with a white Stella McCartney gown, but for her next look it was all about one vivid color! Keep reading to see Kate's second dress, and more celebrities' second picks!
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The true queen of the Met Gala, Rihanna, stayed on theme, choosing to rock a Comme des Garcons creation and pay homage to Rei Kawakubo herself. As for the star's after party look…
Rihanna essentially wore a silk robe while strolling into an after party at 1OAK after the Met. She also rocked fur slides and sunglasses at night.
Katy Perry turned heads at the Met Gala in a Maison Margiela design created by John Galliano. Don't worry, her afterparty look was just as wild!
Katy Perry hosted the exclusive after party after the Met Gala, and certainly made an entrance! Her look incorporated glitter, a leotard, spandex, and, what else, a shimmering cape!
Kerry Washington rocked a studded and sparkly Michael Kors creation for fashion's biggest night.
When it came time to let loose after the big event, Kerry Washington went with a much more comfortable looking sequined black gown.
Looking like a fairy tale princess in Miu Miu, Elle Fanning dazzled on the Met Gala cream carpet.
And her after party look was no different! Elle Fanning stayed in a pastel shade, selecting this strapless, pale pink feathered minidress.
Zendaya wore this exquisite Dolce & Gabbana gown at the Met, and selected another loud print for the after party.
Zendaya picked this red floral print jumpsuit when it came time to make a quick change.
Kate Bosworth went all-black in Tory Burch at the Met Gala.
At the party the stylish star infused some color! For her second look, Kate Bosworth donned this long-sleeved bright yellow confection with pale pink accents.
Bold in gold! Brie Larson went with a structured ankle-length Chanel gown on the cream and blue carpet.
Clearly choosing comfort over fashion, Brie Larson ditched her Chanel creation for… jeans! The actress wore an all-black look with a sheer, sequined bomber jacket over top. A girl after our own heart!
Jessica Chastain wore a pale yellow, off-the-shoulder Prada gown to the Met Gala.
But for the party Jessica Chastain went dark, opting for a sleek LBD with sleeves.
Maggie in Marni! Maggie Gyllenhaal sported this sparkly gown by the designer at the 2017 Met Gala.
When it came time to switch things up, Maggie Gyllenhaal kept things simple with this strapless pink dress.
Rita Ora rocked a red silk ribbon creation by Marchesa to the fashion event. But what color did she pick for her afterparty ensemble?
Red again! Rita Ora went with the same shade later that night, pairing this minidress with over-the-knee boots.
For her first look, model Emily Ratajkowski went with blues and greens in this Marc Jacobs creation.
No sequins or pops of color here! At the party Emily Ratajkowski selected this black off-the-shoulder dress, complete with a slit, and paired it with over-the-knee boots.
Wearing Topshop, Sofia Richie sported a half-worn leather jacket over her sparkly metallic gown on the big night.
But when it came time to make a change, Sofia Richie sported an all-white look — this sheer lace jumpsuit.
The sky was the limit on Adriana Lima's black gown's slit at the Met Gala. But did she change into something less revealing later that night?
Sort of! Adriana Lima rocked a teeny tiny black and navy minidress (sans slit!), which featured a plunging neckline.
Anna Wintour's daughter Bee Shaffer donned an ivory Alexander McQueen frock for the biggest night in the fashion universe. What did she pick to wear after?
An LBD! With fashion in her blood, Bee Shaffer naturally knew a black gown is always on point.