The 'House of Gucci' star and the Gucci director were mirror images of one another at Monday's big gala event.
The 50-year-old House of Gucci star and the 49-year-old fashion designer donned matching cream colored tuxedos, adorned with floral embellishments, along with white dress shirts and bright red ties.
They also matched when it came to their long, brunette locks, which they kept pinned back with shimmering hair clips. The duo rocked black gloves, black boots and brown Gucci clutches.
As part of the act, the duo also mirrored each other when it came to their red carpet poses.
This year's Met Gala accompanies the second part of the Costume Institute's exhibition, "In America: An Anthology of Fashion," with the controversial theme "Gilded Glamour and White Tie." The concept is a homage to the United States' Gilded Age, an era of immense economic growth and major industrialization, as well as massive income inequality, political upheaval, and post-Civil War racism.
While Leto and Michele were perfect copies of each other, the Gucci director wasn't the only Leto doppelgänger!
Swedish fashion star Fredrik Robertsson hit the carpet in an over-the-top silver ensemble that featured hundreds of metal rods that gave the outfit a strangely aquatic vibe, like the ensemble was inspired by and modeled after a lion fish.
Somehow -- likely due to Robertsson's passing resemblance to Leto -- many news outlets and photographers misidentified Robertsson as Leto while reporting on the arrivals. Which made for a particularly confusing moment when the real Leto showed up twinning with Michele.
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