The stars arrive on the steps of the New York ladder, a highly anticipated event after a year of pandemic-related shutdowns and cancellations. Dressed in an In America: A Lexicon of Fashion theme, celebs dress luxuriously, boldly, and glamorously as they arrive for the party hosted by Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour. Raising funds for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Vogue is Share the live broadcastIt was co-hosted by actor and recording artist Kiki Palmer and actor, writer and director Ilana Glazer. Palmer and Glazer greet guests at the Met’s Grand Stairs and comment on many unique fixtures. These are some of the headlines.
Resistance piece: Rihanna. The icon everyone’s been waiting for finally showed up on the show, and she posed. As the latest celebrity to walk the red carpet, Rihanna rounded out the evening wearing a Balenciaga coat and matching hat.
Not only did he appear inOver the past 24 hours, the singer and actress has rocked the party and looked unrecognizable, and not just thanks to her Iris Van Herpen outfit.
Camila Cabello in Shawn Mendes
The stunning pair brought flair (and even more bare skin) to the procedures and debuted as a stylish couple at the ceremony.
The actor caused a stir two weeks ago when Princess Diana came. She hit the red carpet and looked even more striking in her sexy Chanel interpretation of the In America theme.
Lil Nas X
The rapper stole the show not once, not twice, but three The times he revealed multiple looks for Versace. He started with a royal robe, put on a golden suit of armor and then a shiny suit.
It’s a weird thing we’ve all been waiting for. The singer wore a chic velvet outfit complete with… what can only be described as one of Shrek’s kids. The green robot doll is sure to share her hair with her babysitter.
“In America, we have identified some trends, particularly in music,” Ocean host Kiki Palmer told us during an interview on the red carpet, offering the slightest explanation for his accessories.
AOC crowned itself with a true fashion statement: a dress inspired by an Aurora James suit emblazoned with the words, “Taxing the Rich.”
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Supermodel Iman Abdel Meguid stepped out in a certified shell shell, wearing a custom Harris Reed and Dolce Gabbana number.
Eighteen-year-old singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo made her Met Gala debut memorable in a sheer lace bodysuit by Saint Laurent.
Olympic gymnasts don’t cut things in half. She does things with a third – she wears an 88-pound three-in-one outfit that consists of a skirt, mini dress, black jumpsuit, and a full set of Swarovski crystals.
JLo got the job done, donning her Ralph Lauren hat in a gorgeous leather and feather dress.
Megan Thee Stallion
The rapper brought the prom vibe back to the ’80s with her faded pink trainer number. As Savage sings the Grammy-winning song “Rake, Lighter, and Ratchet (Yeah).”
The actor, one of this year’s Met Gala Chiefs, showed up in a relaxed white ensemble with a satin tuxedo jacket, sweatpants and high-top beige Converse shoes.
The poet, another co-chair of an event, arrived in a beautiful blue dress and high-heeled shoes.
Singer-songwriter Billie Eilish, another co-chair, looked stunning in a flowy Marilyn Monroe Oscar de la Renta gown with a massive train.
Actor Pete Davidson brought up the high school vibes in a thigh-length coat…and a dark dress. With long stockings halfway up his legs and big shoes, he pulls them up.
To complete this year’s co-chairs roster, the tennis star arrived in an array of fun colors, textures, and cuts.
The USWNT soccer star has swapped the soccer field for the red carpet – he’s more of a red suit than a red one. Her blue handbag left another statement that read, “We trust gays.”
The Schitt’s Creek star wore a gorgeous puff sleeve top, matching pants, and black studded pumps.
Singer-songwriter Leon Bridges paid tribute to the American South with a blue fringe look and cowboy hat.
The Game of Thrones star graced the red (white, actually) carpet in a black dress with an embroidered long train and a partially knitted skirt.
Jon Snow, Rose Leslie
The favorite golden couple from Game of Thrones on and off screen. Harrington’s white hooded suit left his wife’s luscious, mustard dress in the front.
Representative Caroline B. Maloney
The outfit by New York representative Carolyn B. Maloney gave nods to the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution that states that a person’s legal rights should not be determined by their gender.
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