These soccer stars have scored touchdowns with their look for the 2019 Met Gala.
Among the many athletes representing the world of sports at Monday night’s highly anticipated fundraising gala were some of football’s favorite players, leaving behind epaulets and spikes for unique looks on tuxedos.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom brady, of course, made an appearance alongside his wife, the Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen for their 11th Met Gala together. The couple looked gorgeous in their color-matched outfits. Brady, 41, donned a brown velvet tuxedo by Tom Ford, complementing Gisele’s durable pleated metallic dress by Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Last year, the six-time Super Bowl winner opted for a Versace tuxedo with a black turtleneck under a jacket adorned with elaborate gold embroidery on the lapel, becoming a meme when jokes spread on social media about how whose ensemble made him look like a villain and others equated his gaze with a magician.
When PEOPLE asked Brady to name his favorite part of the gala, he jokingly replied “the end”.
Odell Beckham Jr.
The Cleveland Browns wide receiver did not play it safe this Met Gala.
“I told them no right off the bat,” Beckham told GQ of the kilt when he was at Thom Browne’s downtown offices on Sunday night before the Met. âI was like, ‘There’s no way I’m wearing this. Along the way, I was like, ‘Can you make sure they bring it just in case? I could do it just to do it. “
And the kilt won over the classic tuxedo pants! Beckhman Jr. also shared a photo on his social media, alongside Brady and fellow football stars Julian Edelman and Saquon Barkley.
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