What it means to dress in a camp manner may be open to debate, but that did not stop attendees at the 2019 Met Gala from making spirited and persuasive arguments about audacity and big-night glamour. More was more, and the guests did not hold back, emboldened by the evening’s chameleon-like cochairs Lady Gaga and Harry Styles, both of whom offered up extreme versions of their already full-on personal style. The best looks on the museum steps embraced both extremity and individuality, whether that meant redefining Disney-princess chic in high-tech Tommy Hilfiger, as did Zendaya, or going for baroque in a Moschino chandelier, cue Katy Perry. A wealth of marabou feathers, candy-color wigs, and every Swarovski crystal in Austria could be found on the carpet, and even stars who typically favor an understated approach to evening—Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton—were emboldened to embrace flashiness and scale. Whether you arrived hoisted on the back of shirtless male models (Billy Porter outdoing his Oscar-night finery) or with your Versace-clad siblings (Kendall and Kylie Jenner making the case for showgirl chic) your goals for the evening were clear: fun and lots of it.