“The Met Gala is known for celebrities dressing as outrageously and outlandishly as possible. Dan Levy’s outfit during Monday’s event certainly fit the bill, but it also held plenty of significance for him.
“The Emmy-winning “Schitt’s Creek” star, 38, attended the soiree, which serves as the main source of funding for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, in a get-up from designer J.W. Anderson that featured two men kissing on the front while shaped as maps.
““A big heartfelt thank you to @cartier for so generously welcoming and accessorizing me tonight,” he wrote Monday on Instagram. “What I’ve so long admired about the Costume Institute is its commitment to educate and inspire people through fashion.”
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