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Eye Report Card: The Met Ball

The Met Gala’s red carpet was its own looking glass, as celebs interpreted the China theme with class, sass and tons of skin.

8:14 p.m. Classy lady. First she rubs her ass, then she gives someone the finger — doesn’t Cara Delevingne know that the world is watching?

Eichner’s Eye: 2015 Met Costume Gala

WWD’s veteran party photographer Steve Eichner has covered a Met Ball or two. Here, his perspective from this year’s extravaganza.

Stella McCartney, Cara Delevingne, Met, 2015

Inside the Met Ball Cocktail Hour

Inside the Met ball with Jourdan Dunn, James Bay, Larry David, Madonna and Kim Kardashian West.

Michael Kors, Kate Hudson

2015 Met Gala After Parties

Festivities around the Costume Institute’s annual gala ensued with after parties hosted by Michael Kors, Lady Gaga and Alexander Wang, and Yahoo.

Met Gala 2015

Lauren Santo Domingo, Harley Viera-Newton, Alexa Chung, Leigh Lezark, Derek Blasberg and Poppy Delevingne.

Pioneer Works Holds Second Annual Village Fete

Dustin Yellin, Sienna Miller, Solange Knowles, Alexa Chung and more turned out for the second annual Village Fete, which raised over $830,000 for the center.

Liu Wen, Wendi Murdoch

Wendi Murdoch, Liu Wen Throw Pre-Met Gala Cocktail

The event celebrated the new collection from jewelry brand Qeelin.

Fondazione Prada

Italy’s Prime Minister Visits Fondazione Prada

Art world convenes at the new Milanese headquarters of the museum on Sunday evening.

While the Thingyan festival is a purification ritual, it’s a cause for celebration on multiple fronts. Young teens — who get the days off from school or work — danced and celebrated at a concert in downtown Yangon, posed for a portrait at Sule Pagoda or, in the case of a few, passed out in the bed of a truck after a hard morning of partying near Inya Lake.

Viewfinder: Myanmar at Play

The four-day festival leads up to the Myanmar New Year.

Rashid Johnson, Eye, Free Arts Gala

Free Arts NYC Auction Draws Tali Lennox, Cleo Wade

Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman and Christopher Wool donated work to the Free Arts NYC benefit auction.