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The themes of the evening: golden glamor and the anthology of American fashion. Guests: Billie Eilish, Kim Kardashian, Lizzo, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, to name a few. The Met Gala, the biggest social event in the fashion world, was held on Monday. As every year, pieces of anthology (precisely) could be seen on the red carpet of the charity event of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Back in pictures.


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Kim Kardashian is one of the most head-turning personalities every year. This time around was no exception, when she showed up on the red carpet with her sweetheart Pete Davidson. She was dressed in the simple, yet stunning gold dress that Marilyn Monroe wore when she performed happy birthday to President John F. Kennedy. The businesswoman said she lost 16 pounds in three weeks to fit into the dress, which she wore under a white fur coat, her dyed blonde hair in a tight bun.


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Janelle Monae showed up in an elegant, shimmering black Ralph Lauren dress topped with a crystal balaclava, which she called “golden glamor of the future,” a tribute to the United States of the past with a look to the future. ‘coming. The main theme of the Met Gala this year, “In America: an anthology of fashion”, is also the name of the new Met exhibition, which celebrates American style.


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Golden glamor echoes the golden age (golden age). The American Golden Age led to different thoughts for each of the guests and fashion designers who came up with their looks. “The Golden Age was built on the backs of black people in this country, so we added red beads to represent the blood that flowed during that time,” said actress Gabrielle Union. , in a Versace dress that matched the suit of her husband, Dwyane Wade.


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Actors (and husband) Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds (two of the evening’s co-hosts following the red carpet) were voted one of the evening’s best-dressed couples by readers of vogue, in an online survey. The dress signed Versace by Blake Lively (in the photo) hid a nice surprise: from a golden rose at first, the train of the actress was transformed under the eyes of the spectators to take on length and shades of blue clear, what some have seen as an ode to the Statue of Liberty.


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Moschino! Italian house designer Jeremy Scott showed up at the Met surrounded by his muses, including Megan Thee Stallion (pictured, with the designer), Simone Ashley and Ariana DeBose. Musicians, actors, comedians, influencers and fashion designers, of course: the Met Gala is diverse. If the public only has access to the images of the red carpet, the evening continues for the invited personalities, who will then attend a party and will be able to see the exhibition.


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Thom Browne offered an ensemble in the same tones to Lizzo, wearing a black dress and a coat with hand-sewn golden beads (accessorized with a golden flute, which the singer played on the carpet). The talent of the artists behind these creations is put forward in this annual meeting to which only 650 people are invited, but which fashion enthusiasts from all over the world follow avidly.


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“The thing I’m most looking forward to seeing is what happens after the red carpet,” actress Jodie Turner-Smith said during the pre-party. For first-timers like me, all we know is the red carpet! Accompanied by her husband, Joshua Jackson, Turner-Smith wore a Gucci dress reminiscent of the exuberance of the golden years.


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Billie Eilish, in Gucci, wore a recycled dress, made from leftover fabric. “We don’t use a lot of equipment, we try to be as respectful of nature as possible,” said the singer in an interview on the red carpet. Her dress, Victorian-looking while being fundamentally modern, combined golden tones, pale green and lace.


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Hillary Clinton attended a Met Gala for the first time in 20 years. She was inspired by all the women who made history for her burgundy dress signed Joseph Altuzarra, embroidered with their names (including Rosa Parks or Lady Bird Johnson), at the collar and the train.


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Actor Sebastian Stan also created one of the highlights of the evening with his neon pink suit. The one we saw recently in the movie Fresh posed for a long time before going inside the museum. Phones and cameras are also prohibited in the Met after the red carpet during this evening set up at 6 p.m. after the museum closes on Sunday evening by designer Raul Avila and his team.



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