Exaggeration, humor, eccentricity and frivolity are the watchwords for the unmissable Met Gala this year, which is sure to make for a red carpet that is more spectacular than ever.
The traditional spring exhibition at the Costume Institute of Metropolitan Museum Of Art this year will focus on the theme of “Camp: Notes on Fashion”, based on Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay.
Ahead of the fashion event of the year on May 6 2019, here’s a recap of the outfits from the Met Gala’s past that have now become cult looks. – AFP Relaxnews
Beyonce and the Met Gala have a great history. In 2012, the singer caused a sensation in a sheer dress with embroidery and multicoloured feathers by Givenchy Haute Couture.
Christina Ricci, 2012
Christina Ricci made a spectacular arrival at the 2012 Met Gala, wearing a dress with a pleated bodice by Thakoon. At the back, the dress was extended by a cape in the form of a giant bow
Katy Perry, 2013
Katy Perry had everyone talking in 2013 when she walked the red carpet in an impressive dress adorned with embellishments by Dolce & Gabbana and accessorised with a crown.
Claire Danes, 2016
In 2016, Claire Danes eclipsed the other guests with a stunning dress by Zac Posen. The futuristic dress lit up in the dark.
Blake Lively, 2017
The queen of the Met Gala, Blake Lively always sparkles on the red carpet at the event. As she did in 2017 in a gold dress decorated with feathers by Versace.
It’s one of the most memorable outfits of the Met Gala. In 2017, Rihanna caused surprise in a voluminous original dress by Comme des Garcons.
Katy Perry, 2018
Katy Perry didn’t go unnoticed at the 2018 Met Gala either. She chose a gold mini-dress, combined with thigh-length boots by Atelier Versace and accessorised with giant wings.