Among many good news in the fashion world this year, there’s nothing as exciting as holding Met Gala 2021 for fashion lovers.
because of the current condition, many fashion events and red carpet like Met Gala canceled in 2020. So, it’s obvious holding an old fashion event again after a year full of all sorts of sadness will make fashion enthusiasts happy and excited.
Seeing a world of celebrities, actors, singers, and fashion designers in special costumes according to the Met Gala theme, and their occasionally bizarre poses on the red carpet are just some of the things that catch the eyes and leaves no time for a talk.
There are so many memorable pictures from Met Gala in the past years. Such as the first and only appearance of Princess Diana at the Met Gala in 1996. She wore a navy-blue dress from John Galliano’s debut haute couture collection to celebrate the “Christian Dior” theme.
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If we go back a decade, we see the exciting arrival of a popular singer. In the 1985 edition of Met Museum Costume Institute Gala with the theme “Costumes of Royal India”, Cher and American fashion designer Bob Mackie make an exciting entrance. Cher looked very elegant that night in Bob Mackie’s gown and classic ’80s lavender smoky eye. She was considered his muse and the designer has made most of her gowns.
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The recollection of such unforgettable memories is so much that it never ends. So, for now, let’s just take a look at the best Met Gala styles of the last ten years.
Met Gala 2019: “Camp: Notes on Fashion”
The Met Gala 2019 theme was framed around Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp.’” Camp fashion can be humorous, ironic, or simply extreme in its nature. And so it was that in 2019 we saw many fiery styles. Choosing the most amazing clothes from the Pink Carpet 2019 is not really an easy choice. Just let me choose at least three looks from “Camp”.
Lady Gaga’s Fashion Transformation
Lady Gaga had made her Met Gala 2019 entrance, on-theme, in true Camp style. She changed her looks four times with the help of longtime friend — and the look’s designer — Brandon. Her first look was a Brandon Maxwell-designed neon pink cape dress, which featured an extra-long train. See what happens next.
Billy Porter in The Blonds
Billy Porter made an entrance fit for a king at the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit. He was carried in, reclining regally, on a velvet-draped litter hoisted by a team of six bare-chested attendants in golden pants and face and chest hardware. Porter himself wore an elaborate golden costume and headdress, reminiscent at first glance of a pharaoh. When he deigned to descend to the red — or, rather, pink — carpet, it turned out that Porter’s costume also included sweeping golden wings, making his look more akin to that of Isis, an Ancient Egyptian goddess.
Katy Perry in Moschino
Katy Perry arrived at the 2019 Met Gala looking like an actual chandelier with three layers of light-up candles surrounding her sparkly silver Moschino dress. It was certainly one of the most memorable looks of that night.
Met Gala 2018: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination”
Katy Perry in golden custom made by Versace
Katy Perry also performed an amazing Heavenly Bodies show in 2018. she wore a gold minidress, knee-high boots, and larger-than-life gold and white angel wings. Perry stunned the crowd with her outfit and paused at one point on the steps to kneel in prayer.
2017: “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between”
Rihanna Gown by Commes des Garcons; jewels by Le Vian and DVANI
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2016: “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology”
Claire Danes in Stunning gown
Claire Danes in Cinderella gown is the most memorable look of Met Ball 2016. The actress wore a strapless Zac Posen gown, and while the creation would have been stunning no matter what, the real magic came when the lights switched off. The designer used custom French organza woven with fiber optics for the sparkly effect and powered the entire thing with 30 mini battery packs sewn into the understructure of the gown.