Janelle Monae Coated (literally) from head to toe in shimmering silver and black.
Sebastian Stan In hot pink it appears to be emulating Elton John early in his career.
an actress Cynthia Erivo Arriving in a dress with a low waist lace.
Although it talks more about the early 1900s, Erivo still serves closer to a decade of Gilded Age than most have to date.
Time for the old (gold-plated) question: What’s the difference between baskets and hustle?
Lifestyle Editor at Guardian Australia Alex Gorman Explain:
Therefore, there are many types of big skirt that we are likely to see today. Baskets, like Chan, have most of their volume at the side, and tend to be made with a series of horizontal and vertical hoops to give her fit (imagine a hoop with hoops that go around her arms and waist, then drape under a skirt). Meanwhile, 19th-century crinolines tended to be made of horizontally placed collars, sewn along the length of the skirt in various sizes, to give shape (imagine a hopper circling three rings around her hips, knees, and ankles).
Meanwhile, the bustle, which can be worn in addition to the crinoline, gives the majority of its volume to the back of the dress. They can have structural features like tulle to help contribute to volume, or they can be made with layers, layers, and layers of fabric (imagine a ’60s beehive with plenty of teasing).
Movements tended to wear the top of a woman’s skirt, while panniers and crinolines were underwear.
A note to fashion historians: Princess Bridgerton-esque and pastel necklines actually fall into the Regency-era category—aka not the way to go for this year’s Golden Age theme.
When we hear the word ‘Gilded Glamor’, we want it all: puffed sleeves, puffy skirts, and lined plaids.
Finally, a hustle was made. Under a tuxedo.
Gemma Chan See the cries of Versailles over the Upper East Side.
It’s got everything you could want from a Met Gala look: big, whimsical, and dazzling with beads and crystals.
This dress deserves another look – Lively really has it all:
The co-chairs of the ceremony Ryan Reynolds And Blake Lively They made their entrance.
live He strikes again, possessing a Golded Glamor in gloves, a crown, and a spiraling train.
The fashion royal couple arrived side by side.
Daughter of Anna Wintour bee carozini Wearing black lace next to the partner Francesco Carrazinison of the late Vogue magazine Italy editor Franca Sozzani.
queen Anna Wintour Arrived (crown and all).
Chief Global Content Officer at Condé Nast and Global Managing Editor for Vogue magazineWintour has been hosting the Met Gala for nearly 30 years.
We can’t wait for the best men to arrive at The Met.
But in the meantime, let’s take a moment to remember the American rapper Lil Nas X On the red carpet last year, Gaga pulled in a three-piece gold Versace stripe down.
Actor and TV personality No no Anthony Who hosts the Vogue live broadcast along with its editor at large Hamish Bowles Actor and singer Vanessa Hudgens Arrived in a deep burgundy silk setting which is really worth watching.
Bonus points for the vulgar hat.
Light black and lace may turn gilded gothic glamour as the first red carpet trend of the year.
an actress Vanessa Hudgens Arrive draped in diamonds by Moschino and Bridgerton Phoebe Denifor In Louis Vuitton.
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It’s the first Monday in May (or Tuesday morning, if you’re reading this from Australia), and 2022 Dead Gala Nicknamed the Oscar of Fashion, it’s about to start.
To mark the opening of the exhibition In America: An Anthology of Fashion, guests of 2022 are wearing the theme of ‘Gilded Glamor’ (which was not controversial, and some have described it as ‘elusive’ amid soaring inflation in the US).
Hosting the event this year is Regina KingAnd Blake LivelyAnd Ryan ReynoldssAnd Lin Manuel Miranda – With Tom FordAnd Adam Mosseriand editor-in-chief of Vogue Anna Wintour as honorary co-chairs.
Things officially start at 6PM ET (8AM ET, or 11PM ET), and it’s live on Vogue. But you can catch up on the best moments – clothes or otherwise – right here.
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