While another organizer, Rebeca, created a Twiggy-inspired look for the night. The Bollywood star did just that, wearing a silver Dior Haute Couture dress with a rainbow feathered skirt and a thorny crown. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our. While the Metropolitan Museum of Art offered a virtual preview of this year’s Costume Institute exhibit, About Time: Fashion and Duration, which is now slated to open this fall on October 29, the Internet still found a way to bring the out-of-this-world high fashion normally seen on the museum’s heralded stairs, at home.
The sisters stood out from the rest of their family. Jonas complemented her in a white suit by Dior Men. She carried a pink boa, pink cat-eye shades and a hairdryer. Dressed in a gold bodysuit and matching headpiece, actor Billy Porter was carried onto the red carpet by six shirtless men. Speaking to Vogue, Roach said it's more than a dress, it is mirroring a real-life transformation for the actress, from the Disney Channel to her upcoming drama "Euphoria." Adam Rippon paid homage to undisputed Met Gala queen Rihanna, by recreating her iconic 2015 Guo Pei look.
Meanwhile, this Twitter user completely recreated Lady Gaga’s stunning performance art entrance for last year’s “Camp” theme. Lady Gaga's Fashion Evolution. Mugler was fashion's hottest designer and rebel boy before he disappeared from fashion. She topped off the look with a crystal and feather headpiece by House of Malakai. The Met also started a viral challenge called the #MetGalaChallenge, where users recreated their favorite memorable looks from galas past, which merited some truly spectacular results, including skating star Adam Rippon dressing up as Rihanna in her iconic yellow Guo Pei cape dress from the 2015 Met Gala. Write to Cady Lang at firstname.lastname@example.org. "[It’s] the total opposite of every character I think she’s ever played and a huge stretch from 'K.C.
These Were Some of the Best Looks From the Virtual 2020 Met Gala Celebration.
Thanks to the online fashion devotees of the corner of the Internet known as “High Fashion Twitter,” the red carpet of the 2020 Met Gala lived on via social media, where both industry insiders and those who merely love a look, joined for a virtual event called the “High Fashion Twitter Met Gala” to show off images, collages, illustrations, and mood boards of what they would wear to fashion’s favorite night.