Kylie Jenner has been mocked for her Met Gala red carpet look, with some dubbing it "a mess" and "the biggest glowdown in history".
The cosmetics mogul attended the Gilded Glamour-themed event in a bridal dress with a tulle skirt and sheer T-shirt.
She also wore a backwards baseball cap that had a fishnet bridal veil and floral arrangement.
And while many stars stunned on the red carpet, Kylie was instead mercilessly mocked on Twitter for her choice of attire.
One compared her dress to a water cooler covered in plastic, while another shared an image of Kylie at the Met Gala alongside the iconic photo of Homer Simpson in a wedding dress.
"Taking off my glasses for the night because after seeing Kylie Jenner's 2022 Met Gala look I’ve seen enough," one tweeted.
"I genuinely believe we could bring criminal charges against Kylie Jenner and send her away for at least 25 years for wearing this," another joked.
"Whoever did her makeup and decided her look needs to be fired, she doesn’t even look confident [nor] comfortable," a third added.
— jonnie (@j0nie00) May 3, 2022
Kylie attended the gala alongside Kim, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, marking the first time all sisters were invited to the event.
Kourtney also failed to wow onlookers with her outfit, with people on Twitter criticising her cropped long-sleeved blouse and cream and black skirt combo.
"Kourtney Kardashian did not understand the assignment," one quipped.
"Kourtney Kardashian should have stayed home," another commented.
"Honey, what are you wearing?" a third questioned.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian looked jaw-dropping as she donned Marilyn Monroe's iconic "Happy Birthday Mr President" Jean Louis gown.
Speaking to Vogue Australia on the red carpet, Kim said she had to lose seven kilograms to fit into the dress.
"It was like a challenge, like a role," she said.
Blake Lively was also dubbed "Queen of the Met Gala" for her dusty pink dress that transformed into an incredible pale blue gown.
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