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Best and worst 2024 Met Gala outfits from the sports world, including NBA, NFL, soccer stars

The Met Gala is a veritable who’s who of celebrities. And it is not just those who appear on the big screen or on stage.

There are countless big-name athletes and members of the sports world who show off their best wardrobe at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan each year for the Met Gala, a massive fundraising festival that brings together many of the most influential people in the United States together.

Athletes might be known for all wearing the same uniforms during games, but they can show off some fashion when given the opportunities. They dress up on days when they’re getting ready to be drafted and when they attend other celebrity-filled events like the Kentucky Derby.

Pro sports figures that have attended the event in the past include Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, former soccer player David Beckham, former NFL quarterback Tom Brady, tennis star Serena Williams and many more. 

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What are they wearing as they mingle with the biggest names from New York City, Washington, D.C., and Hollywood? Here’s what you need to know.

Best and worst 2024 Met Gala outfits from the sports world

This section will be updated once celebrities start arriving at the red carper for the 2024 Met Gala

Met Gala 2024 theme, explained

Each year, there is a different theme to the Met Gala. This year’s theme is called, “Garden of Time.” The theme stems from the new exhibition at the Costume Institute titled, “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.”

According to Vogue, that means outfits are likely to be floral- and nature-themed.

“This innovative show will push the boundaries of our imagination,” museum CEO Max Hollein said, per Vogue. “And invite us to experience many facets of a work, to learn more about its history, and, ultimately, to gain a deeper appreciation of its beauty.”

Last year at the 2023 event, the Met Gala paid tribute to iconic German designer Karl Lagerfeld, who died in 2019. Numerous attendees wore predominantly black and white, a prominent scheme used by Lagerfeld in his work. 

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