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For his very first Met Gala, Bad Bunny—who is a well-known red carpet risk-taker—certainly didn’t disappoint with his fashion choices for the evening. In a custom look designed by Burberry’s Riccardo Tisci, the Puerto Rican rapper embraced the Gilded Age theme in his own distinct way. And just moments before he hit the step and repeat, Vogue got all the details about the backstory behind his unique outfit in a brand new video, as well as followed along with the star as he got ready for fashion’s biggest night. 

When Bad Bunny first heard of the gilded glamour dress code at the Met Gala, he tells Vogue he immediately got to work on thinking about what that would mean for his ensemble. “I researched what was going on during the Gilded Age in my country, in Puerto Rico,” says Bad Bunny. He and Tisci ended up referencing images from his country during the era, in which women wore puffed collars and men tailored suits. “We mixed the men’s looks with women’s [for my look,]” says Bunny.

The custom ensemble resulted in a classic blue collared shirt and black tie, worn underneath a tan puff-sleeve jacket and skirt—which attached to create the illusion of a one-piece. “We’ve done the skirt a million times, but the dress is a new thing for us, which was cool,” says Storm Pablo, Bunny’s stylist. Gold jewelry and hair pieces by the jeweler Soulle, and tan and white brogue shoes were slick, too. “These types of shoes, I like to use them when I have to squash a cockroach,” jokes the rapper. 

 After getting dressed in his hotel room and popping a champagne bottle to celebrate—which had his name on it, bedazzled in crystals!—it was then time to for Bunny to head out the door and make his way to the Met steps, where he was swarmed with screaming fans and paparazzi along the way. “I don’t know why, but I want to change my outfit,” Bunny joked in the car while en route. Luckily, he didn’t.

Above, watch Bad Bunny’s full getting-ready video at the Met.

Director: Gabriela Cavanagh
DP: Carrie Cheek
Editor: Tajah Smith
Producer: Gabrielle Reich
Producer, On-Set: Dayana Ariza
Assistant Camera: Daniel Rampulla
Audio: Travis Jones
Associate Producer: Kristen Engelson
Production Assistant: Kevin Dooley
Filmed on Location: The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
Assistant Editors:
Justin Symonds, JC Scruggs, Andy Morell, Billy Ward & Cory Stevens
Post Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr
Post-Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Production Coordinator: Jane DiBartolo
Production Manager: Kit Fogarty
Production Manager: Victor Cifrè II
Entertainment Director, Vogue: Sergio Kletnoy
Showrunner: Felicia Kelley
Director of Content Production, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
Executive Producer: Ruhiya Nuruddin
Manager, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
Associate Director, Creative Development: Billie JD Porter
Director of Creative Development: Maximillian Stenstrom
Senior Director, Programming, Vogue: Linda Gittleson
VP, Digital Video Programming and Development, Vogue: Joe Pickard