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Met Gala 2016: The Weeknd And Bella Hadid Go Matchy-Matchy In Givenchy

We now believe in love.

TBH, we thought romance was dead...until we saw this photo of The Weeknd and Bella Hadid at the 2016 Met Gala in New York City on Monday:

Read: Relationship goals.

Hollywood's latest It couple took to the red carpet alongside fashion, music and film's biggest names to celebrate "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology," an exhibition curated and organized by Andrew Bolton at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Matching in black ensembles, the supermodel and Grammy award-winning artist looked 1) totally adorable, and 2) totally chic, as they posed for the cameras on the red carpet.

Hadid, 19, was ~so reckless~ rocking a Givenchy dress straight off the spring 2016 runway. The fitted strapless frock, featuring over-the-top bottom detailing that resembled a shaggy carpet (in a good way), opened beautifully in the front to reveal thigh-high stockings and open toed heels.

Rocking minimal jewelry, Gigi's younger sister kept things simple with nude eye makeup and lipstick done by Charlotte Tilbury. Her soft curls fell beautifully down her back allowing the dress to do all the talking.

As for Abel Tesfaye, the 26-year-old Canadian donned an all-black Givenchy suit with a glossy lapel and bow tie. And as you would guess, the "Can't Feel My Face" singer kept things real with his signature hair.

Yup, that's right. The Weeknd matched his lady in Givenchy. And if that's not the definition of cute, then we don't know what is.

For all the looks from the 2016 Met Gala, check out the slideshow below!

Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West in Balmain

Met Gala 2016

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