Year after year, the Met Gala is fashion's biggest night out, and after forfeiting one due to COVID-19, the A-listers went all out this year and made sure to include nods to the history of the gay community and it's notable trailblazers. One of the most stand-out-looks was worn by Schitt's Creek's very own, Dan Levy. His colourful, puff-sleeved outfit with patterns containing maps was made to resemble that of a gay superhero. Across his chest was an image of two men kissing.
Levy took to Instagram to support American artist and activist David Wojnarovicz, who the outfit had been designed after. "Rather than feed on the message of hate, we wanted to celebrate queer love and visibility — acknowledging how hard artists like Wojnarovicz had to fight, while also presenting the imagery in a way that offered a hopeful message," he wrote. "Tonight, we're celebrating the resilience, the love and the joy of the community while honouring a crucial American voice that was taken from us too soon."