The Met Gala’s 2022 Theme final yr was all about Gilded Glamour, a throwback to an age roughly between 1870 and 1900, which marked a time of financial prosperity in the USA. Whereas attendees ultimately yr’s festivities sidled as much as the theme sporting interval items or precise gilded items (assume gold and excessive extravagance), there have been just a few stand outs.
Check out our high picks from final yr beneath:
- Kim Kardashian in Bob Mackie
Rumors swirled that Kim Kardashian can be sporting the gown Marilyn Monroe wore to sing Comfortable Birthday to President John F. Kennedy, and all of the rumors have been true! Kim Kardashian shined subsequent to then beau Pete Davidson sporting the hardly there robe, uplifting the $5 million look with a platinum, Marilyn Monroe blonde excessive bun. Whereas her look wasn’t essentially the most dramatic, it definitely adhered to the theme in an virtually literal manner.
- Cardi B In Versace
Rapstress Cardi B took the “Gilded” name severely, and sizzled on the maroon carpet in a golden Versace robe geared up with copious chains and Medusa medallions. Gold nails and layered chains accomplished her look.
- Teyana Taylor in Iris Van Herpen
Teyana Taylor wasn’t fairly on theme, nonetheless her dramatic Iris Van Herpen robe definitely made an announcement. The drama and metallic adornment definitely made her among the finest dressed of the evening.
- Blake Vigorous in Versace
Blake Vigorous seemed like a princess in a Versace robe, geared up with metallic accents. She is without doubt one of the few who understood the task.
- Janelle Monae in Ralph Lauren
Janelle Monae was one of many belles of the ball in a interval piece by Ralph Lauren geared up with copious gildings. She managed to remain true to her signature model, whereas nonetheless oozing Gilded Glamour.
Which look was your favourite from 2022?
Keep tuned for all of the enjoyable and vogue at this yr’s Met Gala, whose theme is Karl Lagerfeld. It celebrates the opening of the “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Magnificence” exhibit, which honors the late designer’s model and themes.
Who’re you excited to see this yr?