Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Wintour Critique Men's Met Gala Looks (Video)

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The Vogue editor-in-chief and her Met Gala co-chair stopped by "Late Night With Seth Meyers" to chat about Monday night's ball.

Following Monday night's Met Gala, Anna Wintour and her Met Gala co-chair Sarah Jessica Parker dropped by Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday to chat about the evening, which saw a number of guests refusing to follow the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" theme, dressing up in, uh, flapper-inspired frocks, cocktail dresses, and peek-a-boo outfits.

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During their discussion, Wintour shared that some of the men were so confused about the "white tie" dress code that they contacted designer Tom Ford for advice. "They were really confused by 'decorations.' In fact, there were a couple of people who wondered if that meant Christmas tree decorations and ornaments," explained the Vogue editor-in-chief.

With so much confusion among the men, it was inevitable for many of them to become the evening's No. 1 red-carpet rule breakers. From Jake Gyllenhaal's "Brooklyn white-tie" look to Hugh Jackman's "white tropical dinner jacket" ensemble, watch the pair analyze the male attendees' Met Gala ensembles and see who they thought had the "white-tie" theme down to a T.

Watch Wintour and Parker's interview below.