New York, NY (USA) - Inspired by this year's Met exhibition theme, "China: Through the Looking Glass", retailer giant H&M's design team created one-of-a-kind looks in collaboration with each of its guests, including this year’s Costume Institute Benefit Committee member Sarah Jessica Parker, R&B singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe, actress Vanessa Hudgens, and athlete Odell Beckham Jr.

"Music and fashion go hand in hand. It was such an honor to collaborate with my friends at H&M to create an original look that perfectly represents my style," said Janelle Monáe.

The designs honored each individual's unique personal style and featured intricate detailing such as hand-done beading and embroideries.

Style icon Sarah Jessica Parker wore a one-shouldered black silk dress, which she designed in collaboration with the Swedish label, with a draped train embroidered with Scarlet poppies. The dress also included a patch work panel, made of sustainable fabric and embellishments.

"Being able to see something you envision come to life is a very rewarding opportunity. I've had so much fun creating a dress that reflects the character and splendor of this incredible exhibition," said Parker.

Vanessa Hudgens looked spectacular in a pleated crimson tea-length dress embellished with Swarovski crystals; Janelle Monáe donned a mandarin collared cropped tuxedo jacket caped suit, with contrast detailing; and Odell Beckham Jr., wore a deep plum two-button velvet blazer with a slim-fit tuxedo trouser topped off with satin accessories.