Sunday night’s Met Gala saw all the biggest names from the celebrity world dress in their finest glad rags for the annual charity event.
The theme of the night was In America: A Lexicon of Fashion and of course, this led to a variety of interesting interpretations.
One look sure to go down in Met Gala history was Kim’s all-black skin-tight masked get-up, which saw her completely covered.
On Tuesday morning’s instalment of Lorraine, the outspoken host dissected the looks of the night with fashion expert Mark Heyes.
But the pair were left divided over Kim’s head-turning ensemble, with Lorraine making some very good points about the practicality of the outfit.
‘We don’t know exactly who it is, but I think we might,’ Mark cheekily remarked. ‘Let’s take a look at this, is it a dementor? I’m not sure.’
Kim wore her wildest look yet (Picture: Mike Coppola/Getty Images)
Lorraine told her co-star of the look: ‘I draw the line, I draw the line, Mark.’
Mark joked that the look was ‘terrifying’, adding: ‘Love her or loathe her – she is so iconic that you can literally see the lips, you can see that it is her.’
Lorraine went on to joke: ‘It could be anybody, although how’s she going to eat her dinner? I hope it comes off, it’ll be very hot.’
Lorraine and Mark dissected the main looks from Sunday night (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/Rex/Shutterstock)
The pair also had fun speculating whether it was even Kim inside the outfit, with Mark adding: ‘This could be Lawrence Chaney under there, you never know!’
The daring look, which was put together by Balenciaga, featured Kim with a balaclava over her head, a jumper, tights and stiletto-heeled boots.
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Fans also desperately want to know the identity of the anonymous hooded man accompanying Kim on the night.
Some have speculated it could well be her soon-to-be ex-husband Kanye West, with others wondering if it could be close friend Jonathan Cheban.
Lorraine airs weekdays from 9am on ITV.
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