The Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute fundraiser, the Met Gala, is tonight. The annual event brings fashion designers, celebrities, and socialites to the Met's red carpet on Fifth Avenue (and later, to the bathrooms). This year's big exhibit, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination draws from haute couture and the Vatican alike, so gala co-chairs Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Donatella Versace, and Amal Clooney have invited a few men of the cloth attend.

Page Six reports that Timothy Cardinal Dolan will be there and "will likely don the cassock that 'he would wear to any formal evening dinner,'" a spokesperson for the New York Archdiocese said.

As for the exhibition itself, there will be more than 40 items from the Vatican on display, including, as the NY Times detailed, "a papal tiara with 19,000 precious stones, including 18,000 diamonds. (It will fly to New York with its own bodyguard)," and numerous examples of designs influenced by the Catholic church. So far it all appears to be a public relations win for the Vatican, as there's been little mention of the Catholic church's child sexual abuse scandal. Cardinal Dolan himself has for years been dogged by allegations that he shifted church funds to avoid payouts for victims of abuse by priests.

The Met's reminder about tonight's event was a Migos throwback to last year's party:

Over the past few days, New York City has been invaded by those on the Met Gala's invite list (Kim Kardashian West, Kylie Jenner, etc.).

Here's the Costume Institute's curator, Andrew Bolton, discussing the show:

Heavenly Bodies

opens on May 10 and runs through October 8.