Trevor Noah shows off 'a line of beauty' at the Met Gala

Trevor Noah graced the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday night for the annual Met Gala.

he South African comedian, who has regularly attended the event, was dressed head to toe in an ensemble by American designer Thom Brown, who is "recognised for challenging and modernising today's uniform".

The Met Gala guest list is tightly curated by Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue, who took over the charity gala in the 1990s and transformed it into one of the world's buzziest fetes.

 This year, the extravaganza, which always falls on the first Monday of May, celebrated Lagerfeld and ushers in the opening of a Costume Institute exhibition dedicated to the iconic designer, who died in 2019.

Noah attended with his longtime friend Rodger Federer.

 The retired professional tennis player served as a co-chair of the Met but arrived in New York days earlier to spend time with Noah. Hours before the Met

Noah posted a photo of himself and Federer in Times Square, posing in front of a billboard promoting their latest venture together: a train service that travels through Switzerland.

Noah attended the event with longtime friend Rodger Federer, who served as a co-chair of the annual event.