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Psalm West: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announce the name of their fourth child – The Independent

Psalm West: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announce the name of their fourth child – The Independent

18 May 2019 MUSIC


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have named their fourth child Psalm West.

The 38-year-old mother of four posted a screenshot of a text message she had sent to Kanye on Instagram.

The message read: “Beautiful Mother’s Day with the arrival of our fourth child we are blessed beyond measure we have everything we need.” 

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The words were accompanied by a picture of the newborn baby, with the caption simply reading “Psalm West”. 

Psalm West was born on 9 May weighing 6 pounds and 9 ounces, according to a representative for Kim Kardashian. 

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1/103 Lady Gaga

                Gaga wore not one but four outfits for the event, designed by friend and former stylist Brandon Maxwell. Unveiling her outfit layer by layer, Gaga showed off a hot pink dress, which layered over a black strapless dress, a pink skintight ensemble, and then a sheer pair of bejewelled fishnet tights and underwear.


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2/103 Lady Gaga

                Gaga's second look for the evening.


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3/103 Lady Gaga

                The singer's third ensemble of the night.


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4/103 Lady Gaga

                And the grand finale.


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5/103 Cara Delevingne

                The British model opted for a sheer rainbow-striped playsuit by Dior for the 2019 Met Gala. The 26-year-old finished the look with a Swarovski cane, platform heels and a dramatic headpiece that featured everything from bananas and false teeth to a fried egg. 


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

6/103 Cardi B

                Cardi B arrived on the Met Gala pink carpet wearing a dramatic red gown that took 35 people more than 2,000 hours to make. The dress, which was designed by Thom Browne, was also decorated with 30,000 burnt and dyed coque feathers.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

7/103 Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner

                Newlyweds Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner wore co-ordinating outfits to the Met Gala, both opting for colourful Louis Vuitton looks. Jonas sported a graphic roll neck top and trousers while Turner wore a sequin jumpsuit and black heels.


                REUTERS

8/103 Donatella Versace

                The Italian fashion designer wore a neon green gown that featured the words "divine" and "more" in sparkling pink sequins.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

9/103 Dua Lipa

                The British singer attended the Met Gala for the very first time wearing a multi-coloured Versace gown and matching boots.  


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

10/103 RuPaul

                RuPaul walked the Met Gala's pink carpet in an eye-catching pink and black zebra-stripped suit. 


                Getty Images

11/103 Regina King

                The If Beale Street Could Talk star wore a shimmering gold Oscar de la Renta gown with a large ruffle detail down the side. King revealed that her dress was inspired in part by the fictional character Dominque Deveraux from ABC’s soap opera Dynasty. 


                PA

12/103 Tessa Thompson

                The Creed actor opted for a Chanel look from the autumn/winter 2016 couture show. The actor wore her hair as a whip that was several feet long.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

13/103 Serena Williams

                The tennis champion attended the event, which she co-hosted, wearing a neon yellow gown designed by Versace and matching Nike trainers.


                PA

14/103 Chloe Grace Moretz

                The American actor attended the event wearing a giant-collared Louis Vuitton mini-dress and curled hair.


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

15/103 Mindy Kaling

                Kaling wore a gold sequinned gown and dyed her hair an icy blonde shade to match.


                REUTERS

16/103 Kelela

                The singer wore a Paco Rabanne chain mail dress to this year’s Met Gala.


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17/103 Nicki Minaj

                The American rapper opted for a pale pink gown with crystals designed by Prabal Gurung. 


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

18/103 Irina Shayk

                The Russian model wore a plunging velvet Burberry gown designed by Riccardo Tisci. The navy blue dress featured built in gloves along with a cluster of jewels adorning the front and back.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

19/103 Jennifer Lopez

                The singer and actor opted for a silver fringe beaded Versace dress featuring a thigh-high slit and plunging neckline. She teamed the look with a matching fringe headpiece.


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20/103 Zendaya

                The Greatest Showman star dressed up as Disney's Cinderella for the 2019 Met Gala. The actor wore a bold blue gown by Tommy Hilfiger which, after a wave of her stylist Law Roach’s wand, began to light up. True to the fairytale's plot, Zendaya also left her glass shoe on the pink carpet.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

21/103 Laverne Cox

                Cox stunned in an oversized black dress with a train designed by Christian Siriano. She teamed the look with pale turquoise hair.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

22/103 Hailee Steinfeld

                The American singer and actor wore a Viktor & Rolfe gown that was emblazoned with the words "No Photos Please".


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

23/103 Lupita Nyong’o

                The Us actor wore a multi-coloured dress that featured a sheer sparkly gown and rainbow wings.

She accessorised the look with gold Afro picks in her hair and a giant fan.

                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

24/103 Cody Fern

                American Horror Story actor Cody Fern wore a beige trouser suit complete with a sheer shirt, black gloves and bright blue cowboy boots


                PA

25/103 Ella Balinska

                The British actor made her Met Gala debut in a voluminous silver gown with pleated ruffles by Tory Burch.


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26/103 Hari Nef

                Gucci muse Hari Nef wore a Gen-Z Yellow dress designed by creative director Alessandro Michele for the event.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

27/103 Penelope Cruz

                The Spanish actor wore a vintage black and white Chanel gown from French fashion the house’s Spring 1987 Couture collection.


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28/103 Ezra Miller

                The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them star concealed his face at the Met Gala with a mask on a stick. Miller went on to bare his true identity, revealing that his face had been painted with five optical-illusion eyeballs. He wore a pinstripe Burberry suit that featured a long train and a pearl corset.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

29/103 Richard Madden

                The Bodyguard actor wore an all-black draped tuxedo from Dior Men’s Fall 2019 show.



                REUTERS

30/103 Solange Knowles

                The singer opted for a python bodysuit and matching thigh-high boots by Salvatore Ferragamo.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

31/103 Emily Blunt

                Blunt wore a gold sequinned gown designed by Michael Kors. The whole look comprised 510,000 sequins and 1,344 gold crystals.


                PA

32/103 Harry Styles and Alessandro Michele

                Styles and the Gucci creative director wore matching Gucci for the night. The singer wore a black pussy-bow blouse, black trousers, and a single pearl earring, designed by Michele. Meanwhile, the fashion designer chose a pink ruffled suit and jewelled headband for the occasion.


                Getty Images

33/103 Ciara

                The singer attended the event wearing a beaded emerald Dundas gown with a feathered train and matching gloves.


                Getty Images

34/103 Lizzo

                The American rapper arrived wearing a white gown and neon pink feathered cape by Marc Jacobs with bright hair to match.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

35/103 Celine Dion

                The singer wore an Oscar de la Renta metallic bodysuit with fringe-detailing and a plunging neckline.


                PA

36/103 Karlie Kloss

                The American model wore a gold mini dress with oversized puffed sleeves.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

37/103 Bee Shaffer and Anna Wintour

                Wintour wore a Chanel couture pink sequined gown and feathered cape. Meanwhile, her daughter wore a black suit with a red-coloured rosette and train designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

38/103 Billy Porter

                Porter arrived on the red carpet carried on a litter carried by six shirtless men, dressed in a custom 'Sun God' ensemble, created by The Blonds. The look included a bewjelled catsuit made with 10ft wings, a 24-karat gold headpiece, and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

39/103 Harry Styles

                Styles wore an all-Gucci ensemble for the evening, consisting of a black pussy-bow blouse, black trousers, and a single pearl earring.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

40/103 Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble

                Jenner wore a navy jumpsuit and a bold-shouldered organza coat. She also showcased a new platinum blonde bob that she said was chosen by her daughter Kylie. Gamble opted for a classic tuxedo with a sapphire-coloured tie.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

41/103 Aquaria

                Ru Paul's Drag Race star Aquaria wore a deconstructed silk gown and painted white wig.


                Getty Images

42/103 Yara Shadidi

                Shadidi wore a beaded bodysuit and tights paired with a dramatic black coat.


                AFP/Getty Images

43/103 Jordan Roth

                The theatre aficionado made a dramatic entrance wearing an Iris Van Herpen cape.


                REUTERS

44/103 Lily Collins

                The actor channeled her inner Priscilla Presley wearing a a ruffled white gown trailed by a floor-sweeping train by Giambattista Valli.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

45/103 Kim Kardashian West

                The reality star-turned-entrepreneur arrived wearing a gown inspired by Sophia Loren's scandalous wet dress from the 1957 film Boy on a Dolphin. The nude sheer knee-length ensemble featured gathered details and a plunging neckline.


                Getty Images

46/103 Winnie Harlow

                The American model wore a gold crystal-encrusted gown, black feather boa, and a headpiece.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

47/103 Rachel Brosnahan

                The Marvelous Mrs Maisel actor Rachel Brosnahan wore a custom Erdem gown in fuchsia silk.


                REUTERS

48/103 Gemma Chan

                The British actor attended the event with Tom Ford, wearing a sleek silver dress and oversized headpiece by the designer.


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49/103 Emily Ratajkowski

                The US model and actor wore a metallic dress that featured a cut-out at the torso by Peter Dundas.


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50/103 Riley Keough

                The actor wore a white mini-dress with a black leather belt by Louis Vuitton.


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51/103 Caroline Trentini

                The Brazilian model wore a pearl-encrusted “skeleton dress” by Thom Browne.


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52/103 Sara Sampaio

                The Victoria's Secret model wore a voluminous white dress with silver beadwork.


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

53/103 Awkwafina

                The American rapper wore a gold pleated gown with oversize ruffle sleeves by Altuzarra.


                REUTERS

54/103 Ryan Murphy

                The American screenwriter wore a dramatic cape by Christian Siriano covered in pearls and crystals.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

55/103 Liza Koshy

                The social media star wore a custom Balmain for the occasion.


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56/103 Sienna Miller

                The British actor wore a chainmail dress from Julien Dossena’s latest collection for Paco Rabanne.


                REUTERS

57/103 Gwyneth Paltrow

                The actor arrived wearing a sheer lemon yellow gown complete with a ruffled high-neck.


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58/103 Kristen Stewart

                The actor wore an all-sequin monochrome ensemble by Chanel. Stewart added a boost of colour with her sprightly pink updo, presumably dyed for the occasion, while bleached eyebrows added a camp-y twist.


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59/103 Lily Rose Depp

                The model and actor arrived wearing a sophisticated black and gold gown adorned with gold chain detail.


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60/103 Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner

                The reality TV superstars wore twinning feathered gowns by Versace for the occasion.


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61/103 Gigi Hadid

                The American model arrived with designer Michael Kors in a look inspired by Elton John and Cher. Hadid's white and silver bodysuit was accessorised with a swimming cap-like hat and a billowing cape.


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62/103 Kacey Musgraves

                The American singer won praise for her Barbie doll-inspired ensemble that came complete with a hair dryer handbag. Yes, really.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

63/103 Pom Klementieff

                The French actor opted for a sheer bubblegum pink look that consisted of a double-breasted jacket dress with a sheer overlay.


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64/103 Julianne Moore

                The Oscar-winning walked the red carpet alongside Valentino designer Pierpaolo Piccioli in a metallic green gown.


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65/103 Maria Sharapova

                The tennis champion opted for a structured black and red dress with a tulle pleated skirt.


                PA

66/103 Tracee Ellis Ross

                Moschino designer Jeremy Scott transformed the actor into a work of art for the occasion by creating a black gown complete with gold picture frame.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

67/103 Bella Hadid

                The model stepped out in a bejewelled frock by Moschino with cut-out detail at the hip.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

68/103 Gal Gadot

                The Israeli actor attended the gala with Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller, who designed Meghan Markle's wedding gown. For the Met Gala, Waight Keller created a monochrome lace look.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

69/103 Zoe Kravitz

                The Big Little Lies star chose a black sequin gown by Saint Laurent for the event that boasted a heart-shaped cut-out on the torso.


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70/103 Janelle Monae

                It took 15 sketches to compile the singer's avant-garde and surrealistic Met Gala look, which was designed by Christian Siriano. Monae's stylist, Alexandra Mandelkorn, revealed that it was inspired by Picasso and Salvador Dalí.


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71/103 Naomi Campbell

                The British model brought an assistant to fan the feathers of her Paolo Piccioli for Valentino Haute Couture dress. Campbell accessorised the candy pink look with lace tights matching strappy sandals.


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72/103 Amber Valletta

                The American model chose a high-leg bodysuit by Saint Laurent, which she paired with sheer tights and a feathered fluorescent green bag.


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

73/103 Diane von Furstenberg

                The American fashion designer opted for a Statue of Liberty-inspired look that featured a crown, torch and a print of her own face on the frock itself.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

74/103 Maggie Rogers

                The American singer made her Met Gala debut in a caped floral gown by Coach.


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75/103 Candice Swanepoel

                The South African model chose a sky blue strapless frock by Prabal Gurung.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

76/103 Katy Perry

                Among the most talked-about red carpet moments is Katy Perry's  chandelier gown. Designed by Moschino, the look consisted of a strapless beaded mini dress and three rows of candles circling around the singer.


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77/103 Laura Love

                The model wore a pink tulle gown printed with bows.


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78/103 Elizabeth Debicki

                The actor wrapped herself in a bow for the occasion in this pink floor-length gown by Salvatore Ferragamo, which she accessorised with long white gloves.


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79/103 Alexa Chung

                The British fashion designer has described her vintage jacquard look as "Jane Austen goes disco" having designed the mini dress herself after feeling inspired by a 1760's jacket she saw at London's Design Museum earlier this year.


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

80/103 Elle Fanning

                The American actor packed a peachy punch in this look. Fanning paired her wide-leg trousers with a matching crop top and a generous collection of trinket-style necklaces.


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81/103 Liu Wen

                The Victoria's Secret model channelled a 1990's vibe in this yellow tartan jacket dress that boasted black and white fringing. 


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82/103 Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

                The British model chose a classic Hollywood look for the occasion, wearing a keyhole cut-out cream gown that came complete with a feathered cape.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

83/103 Omari Hardwick

                Proving that men can have just as much fun with their dressing up garb was Hardwick, whose custom Gucci jacquard suit was sight for sore eyes.


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84/103 Jemima Kirke & Lena Dunham

                The Girls duo attended in tandem wearing matching fetish-inspired looks by Christopher Kane.


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85/103 Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen

                The fashion design duo wore matching leather outfits for the event, both of which were vintage Chanel couture.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

86/103 Aurora James

                The Brother Vellies founder wore a straw-skirted frock for the event with a structured bodice and a matching headband.


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87/103 TIffany Haddish

                Another Michael Kors creation came via Haddish, whose flared zebra print suit certainly fits the camp bill.


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88/103 Jared Leto

                It's not every day you see someone using a replica of their own head as a fashion accessory. But this is the Met Gala. And anything goes. Leto's unusual accessory makes a little more sense when you consider it was designed by Gucci's Alessandro Michele (co-host of the Gala), who famously sent models down the runway in February 2018 carrying severed heads.


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89/103 Lili Reinhart

                The Riverdale actor shunned red carpet conventions in this blue satin playsuit that she paired with a floral headpiece.


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90/103 Carey Mulligan

                The British actor's Prada ensemble might not have been as eccentric as some others, but its success lies in the details: crimson sequins, fuchsia satin, and a tousled blonde bob.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

91/103 Hailey Bieber

                Head-to-toe millennial pink is a look that most of us wouldn't dare trying, but Bieber wears hers effortlessly. Designed by Alexander Wang, this open-back gown glistened with wet look sequins that perfectly matched the sprightly hue of the pink carpet.


                FilmMagic

92/103 Charli XCX

                The British singer opted for a neon yellow ruffled gown with a thigh-high split and a rope-like belt.


                PA

93/103 Florence Welch

                The 'You've Got The Love' singer arrived in an angelic medieval pastel ensemble by Gucci.


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94/103 Frank Ocean

                Ocean shunned the flamboyant theme altogether in this black hooded jumper by Prada, paired with black trousers and smart boots.


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95/103 Hamish Bowles

                The Vogue editor-at-large went all out for his Met Gala look. Clad head-to-toe in purple in a look designed by John Galliano, Bowles also sported a green haircut and velvet court heels. 


                PA

96/103 Madelaine Petsch

                The Riverdale actor channelled her inner Tinkerbell in this fairy-like turquoise tulle gown.


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97/103 Tommy and Dee Hilfiger

                The fashion design duo paid homage to Hilfiger's all-American aesthetic in matching stars and stripes outfits.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

98/103 Natasha Lyonne

                The Russian Doll  star chose a structured Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit that featured razor-sharp shoulder pads and two-tone panels.


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99/103 Saorise Ronan

                The Irish actor looked armed for battle in this multi-coloured sequin gown with flaming shoulder detail by Gucci.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

100/103 Ruth Wilson

                The British actor wore a ruffled tulle pink gown with a black belt.


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101/103 Taylor Hill

                The Victoria's Secret model chose a strapless silk pink gown with a matching feather boa.


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102/103 Constance Wu

                The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a grey sheer frock by Marchesa for the occasion, which she attended with Georgina Chapman, the label's co-founder.


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103/103 Alessia Cara

                The singer wore a frothy pink gown by Giambattista Valli.


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1/103 Lady Gaga

                Gaga wore not one but four outfits for the event, designed by friend and former stylist Brandon Maxwell. Unveiling her outfit layer by layer, Gaga showed off a hot pink dress, which layered over a black strapless dress, a pink skintight ensemble, and then a sheer pair of bejewelled fishnet tights and underwear.


                Getty Images

2/103 Lady Gaga

                Gaga's second look for the evening.


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3/103 Lady Gaga

                The singer's third ensemble of the night.


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4/103 Lady Gaga

                And the grand finale.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

5/103 Cara Delevingne

                The British model opted for a sheer rainbow-striped playsuit by Dior for the 2019 Met Gala. The 26-year-old finished the look with a Swarovski cane, platform heels and a dramatic headpiece that featured everything from bananas and false teeth to a fried egg. 


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

6/103 Cardi B

                Cardi B arrived on the Met Gala pink carpet wearing a dramatic red gown that took 35 people more than 2,000 hours to make. The dress, which was designed by Thom Browne, was also decorated with 30,000 burnt and dyed coque feathers.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

7/103 Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner

                Newlyweds Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner wore co-ordinating outfits to the Met Gala, both opting for colourful Louis Vuitton looks. Jonas sported a graphic roll neck top and trousers while Turner wore a sequin jumpsuit and black heels.


                REUTERS

8/103 Donatella Versace

                The Italian fashion designer wore a neon green gown that featured the words "divine" and "more" in sparkling pink sequins.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

9/103 Dua Lipa

                The British singer attended the Met Gala for the very first time wearing a multi-coloured Versace gown and matching boots.  


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

10/103 RuPaul

                RuPaul walked the Met Gala's pink carpet in an eye-catching pink and black zebra-stripped suit. 


                Getty Images

11/103 Regina King

                The If Beale Street Could Talk star wore a shimmering gold Oscar de la Renta gown with a large ruffle detail down the side. King revealed that her dress was inspired in part by the fictional character Dominque Deveraux from ABC’s soap opera Dynasty. 


                PA

12/103 Tessa Thompson

                The Creed actor opted for a Chanel look from the autumn/winter 2016 couture show. The actor wore her hair as a whip that was several feet long.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

13/103 Serena Williams

                The tennis champion attended the event, which she co-hosted, wearing a neon yellow gown designed by Versace and matching Nike trainers.


                PA

14/103 Chloe Grace Moretz

                The American actor attended the event wearing a giant-collared Louis Vuitton mini-dress and curled hair.


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

15/103 Mindy Kaling

                Kaling wore a gold sequinned gown and dyed her hair an icy blonde shade to match.


                REUTERS

16/103 Kelela

                The singer wore a Paco Rabanne chain mail dress to this year’s Met Gala.


                Getty Images

17/103 Nicki Minaj

                The American rapper opted for a pale pink gown with crystals designed by Prabal Gurung. 


                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

18/103 Irina Shayk

                The Russian model wore a plunging velvet Burberry gown designed by Riccardo Tisci. The navy blue dress featured built in gloves along with a cluster of jewels adorning the front and back.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

19/103 Jennifer Lopez

                The singer and actor opted for a silver fringe beaded Versace dress featuring a thigh-high slit and plunging neckline. She teamed the look with a matching fringe headpiece.


                Getty Images

20/103 Zendaya

                The Greatest Showman star dressed up as Disney's Cinderella for the 2019 Met Gala. The actor wore a bold blue gown by Tommy Hilfiger which, after a wave of her stylist Law Roach’s wand, began to light up. True to the fairytale's plot, Zendaya also left her glass shoe on the pink carpet.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

21/103 Laverne Cox

                Cox stunned in an oversized black dress with a train designed by Christian Siriano. She teamed the look with pale turquoise hair.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

22/103 Hailee Steinfeld

                The American singer and actor wore a Viktor & Rolfe gown that was emblazoned with the words "No Photos Please".


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

23/103 Lupita Nyong’o

                The Us actor wore a multi-coloured dress that featured a sheer sparkly gown and rainbow wings.

She accessorised the look with gold Afro picks in her hair and a giant fan.

                Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

24/103 Cody Fern

                American Horror Story actor Cody Fern wore a beige trouser suit complete with a sheer shirt, black gloves and bright blue cowboy boots


                PA

25/103 Ella Balinska

                The British actor made her Met Gala debut in a voluminous silver gown with pleated ruffles by Tory Burch.


                Getty Images

26/103 Hari Nef

                Gucci muse Hari Nef wore a Gen-Z Yellow dress designed by creative director Alessandro Michele for the event.


                Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

27/103 Penelope Cruz

                The Spanish actor wore a vintage black and white Chanel gown from French fashion the house’s Spring 1987 Couture collection.


                Getty Images

28/103 Ezra Miller

                The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them star concealed his face at the Met Gala with a mask on a stick. Miller went on to bare his true identity, revealing that his face had been painted with five optical-illusion eyeballs. He wore a pinstripe Burberry suit that featured a long train and a pearl corset.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

29/103 Richard Madden

                The Bodyguard actor wore an all-black draped tuxedo from Dior Men’s Fall 2019 show.



                REUTERS

30/103 Solange Knowles

                The singer opted for a python bodysuit and matching thigh-high boots by Salvatore Ferragamo.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

31/103 Emily Blunt

                Blunt wore a gold sequinned gown designed by Michael Kors. The whole look comprised 510,000 sequins and 1,344 gold crystals.


                PA

32/103 Harry Styles and Alessandro Michele

                Styles and the Gucci creative director wore matching Gucci for the night. The singer wore a black pussy-bow blouse, black trousers, and a single pearl earring, designed by Michele. Meanwhile, the fashion designer chose a pink ruffled suit and jewelled headband for the occasion.


                Getty Images

33/103 Ciara

                The singer attended the event wearing a beaded emerald Dundas gown with a feathered train and matching gloves.


                Getty Images

34/103 Lizzo

                The American rapper arrived wearing a white gown and neon pink feathered cape by Marc Jacobs with bright hair to match.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

35/103 Celine Dion

                The singer wore an Oscar de la Renta metallic bodysuit with fringe-detailing and a plunging neckline.


                PA

36/103 Karlie Kloss

                The American model wore a gold mini dress with oversized puffed sleeves.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

37/103 Bee Shaffer and Anna Wintour

                Wintour wore a Chanel couture pink sequined gown and feathered cape. Meanwhile, her daughter wore a black suit with a red-coloured rosette and train designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

38/103 Billy Porter

                Porter arrived on the red carpet carried on a litter carried by six shirtless men, dressed in a custom 'Sun God' ensemble, created by The Blonds. The look included a bewjelled catsuit made with 10ft wings, a 24-karat gold headpiece, and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

39/103 Harry Styles

                Styles wore an all-Gucci ensemble for the evening, consisting of a black pussy-bow blouse, black trousers, and a single pearl earring.


                Getty Images for The Met Museum/

40/103 Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble

                Jenner wore a navy jumpsuit and a bold-shouldered organza coat. She also showcased a new platinum blonde bob that she said was chosen by her daughter Kylie. Gamble opted for a classic tuxedo with a sapphire-coloured tie.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

41/103 Aquaria

                Ru Paul's Drag Race star Aquaria wore a deconstructed silk gown and painted white wig.


                Getty Images

42/103 Yara Shadidi

                Shadidi wore a beaded bodysuit and tights paired with a dramatic black coat.


                AFP/Getty Images

43/103 Jordan Roth

                The theatre aficionado made a dramatic entrance wearing an Iris Van Herpen cape.


                REUTERS

44/103 Lily Collins

                The actor channeled her inner Priscilla Presley wearing a a ruffled white gown trailed by a floor-sweeping train by Giambattista Valli.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

45/103 Kim Kardashian West

                The reality star-turned-entrepreneur arrived wearing a gown inspired by Sophia Loren's scandalous wet dress from the 1957 film Boy on a Dolphin. The nude sheer knee-length ensemble featured gathered details and a plunging neckline.


                Getty Images

46/103 Winnie Harlow

                The American model wore a gold crystal-encrusted gown, black feather boa, and a headpiece.


                Getty/The Met Museum/Vogue

47/103 Rachel Brosnahan

                The Marvelous Mrs Maisel actor Rachel Brosnahan wore a custom Erdem gown in fuchsia silk.


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48/103 Gemma Chan

                The British actor attended the event with Tom Ford, wearing a sleek silver dress and oversized headpiece by the designer.


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49/103 Emily Ratajkowski

                The US model and actor wore a metallic dress that featured a cut-out at the torso by Peter Dundas.


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50/103 Riley Keough

                The actor wore a white mini-dress with a black leather belt by Louis Vuitton.


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51/103 Caroline Trentini

                The Brazilian model wore a pearl-encrusted “skeleton dress” by Thom Browne.


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52/103 Sara Sampaio

                The Victoria's Secret model wore a voluminous white dress with silver beadwork.


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53/103 Awkwafina

                The American rapper wore a gold pleated gown with oversize ruffle sleeves by Altuzarra.


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54/103 Ryan Murphy

                The American screenwriter wore a dramatic cape by Christian Siriano covered in pearls and crystals.


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55/103 Liza Koshy

                The social media star wore a custom Balmain for the occasion.


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56/103 Sienna Miller

                The British actor wore a chainmail dress from Julien Dossena’s latest collection for Paco Rabanne.


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57/103 Gwyneth Paltrow

                The actor arrived wearing a sheer lemon yellow gown complete with a ruffled high-neck.


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58/103 Kristen Stewart

                The actor wore an all-sequin monochrome ensemble by Chanel. Stewart added a boost of colour with her sprightly pink updo, presumably dyed for the occasion, while bleached eyebrows added a camp-y twist.


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59/103 Lily Rose Depp

                The model and actor arrived wearing a sophisticated black and gold gown adorned with gold chain detail.


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60/103 Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner

                The reality TV superstars wore twinning feathered gowns by Versace for the occasion.


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61/103 Gigi Hadid

                The American model arrived with designer Michael Kors in a look inspired by Elton John and Cher. Hadid's white and silver bodysuit was accessorised with a swimming cap-like hat and a billowing cape.


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62/103 Kacey Musgraves

                The American singer won praise for her Barbie doll-inspired ensemble that came complete with a hair dryer handbag. Yes, really.


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63/103 Pom Klementieff

                The French actor opted for a sheer bubblegum pink look that consisted of a double-breasted jacket dress with a sheer overlay.


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64/103 Julianne Moore

                The Oscar-winning walked the red carpet alongside Valentino designer Pierpaolo Piccioli in a metallic green gown.


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65/103 Maria Sharapova

                The tennis champion opted for a structured black and red dress with a tulle pleated skirt.


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66/103 Tracee Ellis Ross

                Moschino designer Jeremy Scott transformed the actor into a work of art for the occasion by creating a black gown complete with gold picture frame.


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67/103 Bella Hadid

                The model stepped out in a bejewelled frock by Moschino with cut-out detail at the hip.


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68/103 Gal Gadot

                The Israeli actor attended the gala with Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller, who designed Meghan Markle's wedding gown. For the Met Gala, Waight Keller created a monochrome lace look.


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69/103 Zoe Kravitz

                The Big Little Lies star chose a black sequin gown by Saint Laurent for the event that boasted a heart-shaped cut-out on the torso.


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70/103 Janelle Monae

                It took 15 sketches to compile the singer's avant-garde and surrealistic Met Gala look, which was designed by Christian Siriano. Monae's stylist, Alexandra Mandelkorn, revealed that it was inspired by Picasso and Salvador Dalí.


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71/103 Naomi Campbell

                The British model brought an assistant to fan the feathers of her Paolo Piccioli for Valentino Haute Couture dress. Campbell accessorised the candy pink look with lace tights matching strappy sandals.


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72/103 Amber Valletta

                The American model chose a high-leg bodysuit by Saint Laurent, which she paired with sheer tights and a feathered fluorescent green bag.


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73/103 Diane von Furstenberg

                The American fashion designer opted for a Statue of Liberty-inspired look that featured a crown, torch and a print of her own face on the frock itself.


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74/103 Maggie Rogers

                The American singer made her Met Gala debut in a caped floral gown by Coach.


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75/103 Candice Swanepoel

                The South African model chose a sky blue strapless frock by Prabal Gurung.


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76/103 Katy Perry

                Among the most talked-about red carpet moments is Katy Perry's  chandelier gown. Designed by Moschino, the look consisted of a strapless beaded mini dress and three rows of candles circling around the singer.


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77/103 Laura Love

                The model wore a pink tulle gown printed with bows.


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78/103 Elizabeth Debicki

                The actor wrapped herself in a bow for the occasion in this pink floor-length gown by Salvatore Ferragamo, which she accessorised with long white gloves.


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79/103 Alexa Chung

                The British fashion designer has described her vintage jacquard look as "Jane Austen goes disco" having designed the mini dress herself after feeling inspired by a 1760's jacket she saw at London's Design Museum earlier this year.


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80/103 Elle Fanning

                The American actor packed a peachy punch in this look. Fanning paired her wide-leg trousers with a matching crop top and a generous collection of trinket-style necklaces.


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81/103 Liu Wen

                The Victoria's Secret model channelled a 1990's vibe in this yellow tartan jacket dress that boasted black and white fringing. 


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82/103 Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

                The British model chose a classic Hollywood look for the occasion, wearing a keyhole cut-out cream gown that came complete with a feathered cape.


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83/103 Omari Hardwick

                Proving that men can have just as much fun with their dressing up garb was Hardwick, whose custom Gucci jacquard suit was sight for sore eyes.


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84/103 Jemima Kirke & Lena Dunham

                The Girls duo attended in tandem wearing matching fetish-inspired looks by Christopher Kane.


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85/103 Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen

                The fashion design duo wore matching leather outfits for the event, both of which were vintage Chanel couture.


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86/103 Aurora James

                The Brother Vellies founder wore a straw-skirted frock for the event with a structured bodice and a matching headband.


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87/103 TIffany Haddish

                Another Michael Kors creation came via Haddish, whose flared zebra print suit certainly fits the camp bill.


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88/103 Jared Leto

                It's not every day you see someone using a replica of their own head as a fashion accessory. But this is the Met Gala. And anything goes. Leto's unusual accessory makes a little more sense when you consider it was designed by Gucci's Alessandro Michele (co-host of the Gala), who famously sent models down the runway in February 2018 carrying severed heads.


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89/103 Lili Reinhart

                The Riverdale actor shunned red carpet conventions in this blue satin playsuit that she paired with a floral headpiece.


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90/103 Carey Mulligan

                The British actor's Prada ensemble might not have been as eccentric as some others, but its success lies in the details: crimson sequins, fuchsia satin, and a tousled blonde bob.


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91/103 Hailey Bieber

                Head-to-toe millennial pink is a look that most of us wouldn't dare trying, but Bieber wears hers effortlessly. Designed by Alexander Wang, this open-back gown glistened with wet look sequins that perfectly matched the sprightly hue of the pink carpet.


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92/103 Charli XCX

                The British singer opted for a neon yellow ruffled gown with a thigh-high split and a rope-like belt.


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93/103 Florence Welch

                The 'You've Got The Love' singer arrived in an angelic medieval pastel ensemble by Gucci.


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94/103 Frank Ocean

                Ocean shunned the flamboyant theme altogether in this black hooded jumper by Prada, paired with black trousers and smart boots.


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95/103 Hamish Bowles

                The Vogue editor-at-large went all out for his Met Gala look. Clad head-to-toe in purple in a look designed by John Galliano, Bowles also sported a green haircut and velvet court heels. 


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96/103 Madelaine Petsch

                The Riverdale actor channelled her inner Tinkerbell in this fairy-like turquoise tulle gown.


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97/103 Tommy and Dee Hilfiger

                The fashion design duo paid homage to Hilfiger's all-American aesthetic in matching stars and stripes outfits.


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98/103 Natasha Lyonne

                The Russian Doll  star chose a structured Jean Paul Gaultier jumpsuit that featured razor-sharp shoulder pads and two-tone panels.


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99/103 Saorise Ronan

                The Irish actor looked armed for battle in this multi-coloured sequin gown with flaming shoulder detail by Gucci.


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100/103 Ruth Wilson

                The British actor wore a ruffled tulle pink gown with a black belt.


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101/103 Taylor Hill

                The Victoria's Secret model chose a strapless silk pink gown with a matching feather boa.


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102/103 Constance Wu

                The Crazy Rich Asians star wore a grey sheer frock by Marchesa for the occasion, which she attended with Georgina Chapman, the label's co-founder.


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103/103 Alessia Cara

                The singer wore a frothy pink gown by Giambattista Valli.


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Psalm is the youngest of the West children, following one-year-old Chicago West, 3-year-old Saint and 5-year-old North.

The newest addition to the family was born to a surrogate mother, but not the same woman who gave birth to Chicago, the couple’s third child. 

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As with their other unusual baby names, the celebrity couple has been met with both criticism and praise for their choice on social media…

Others are being much more positive…

But there’s another question being asked this time – how do you pronounce it?

And others have been asking the same question…

Seriously everyone is looking it up…

To settle any confusion, the ‘P’ in Psalm is traditionally silent, so it is said ‘Saam’.

A psalm is a type of hymn used in Christian or Jewish worship, referring to the Book of Psalms in the Bible.

But, as with their other unique styles and tastes, perhaps the Kardashian-West family will decide it’s said differently! 

 


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