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Met Gala Fantasy MMXVIII

So, the Met gala theme this year was Heavenly bodies, which was a can of worms for problematic outfits and the disrespecting of Jesus. But as has been the case for years, barely anybody bothered to actually dress according to theme. The minimum attendees could have done to be on theme this year was to just wear something with a cross on it and most didn't even do that.

As has become customary for me during the Met gala arrivals, I only check-in to see what Zendaya and Rihanna are going to turn up in. Lo and behold, neither bitch disappointed and both turned up looking like RPG party members.

When I scanned through the looks of those who bothered to dress on theme, everybody was looking like characters out of an RPG which I've titled Met Gala Fantasy MMXVII. Below are the characters of this fashionable adventure of shade, treachery, Religion and divine wigs.

RiRi
A white mage who was granted the ability to resurrect as a result of her constantly killing with her looks. Her spec…

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