One of the most famous red carpets in the world, like every first Monday in May, celebrities line up for the Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
The dress code for this edition was Tribute to German designer Karl Lagerfeld, Fashion icon and director of fashion houses such as Chanel (since 1983), Fendi and his own firm, that is why he was the protagonist in custom suits and black and white dresses with the addition of pearls.
If it was about getting attention, they knew how to do it Doja Cat and Jared Leto inspired by Choupette, The famous cat of the designer.
On Doja’s side, the artist wore an oscar de la renta dress hand-embroidered and with a hood that framed his face and she grew a pair of cat ears, She adorned it with a million dollar diamond in the middle of her forehead.
for his part, jared lie down was in charge of putting more than one person on hold, because it was he who was subject to giant cat suit who came on the red carpet. The actor appeared wearing a replica of Choupette’s head.
Although Lagerfeld’s famous cat was one of the guests of honor He didn’t attend, but sent a message through his Instagram account, where he has over 170,000 followers.
As guests rolled out the carpet and posed for photographers’ lenses, a cockroach appeared that caught everyone’s eye And it went viral on social media.
Another curiosity is A Colombian is the mind behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s decor for this fiesta, This is Raul Avila from Bogotá, who has been doing this since 2007 and has had a close relationship with Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief of Vogue and organizer of the Met) for more than 25 years.
In the classic tones that characterize Karl Lagerfeld’s work, some celebrities have taken to the contrast and dressed pink, a tone that was not to the taste of the German designer As he trilled it in 2013 before his death: “Think pink but don’t wear it.”
some of them wore pink dress Viola Davis, Gwendoline Christie and Naomi Campbell.
artificial intelligence He also wanted to draw attention to this iconic event, as shown on social networks, where a series of photographs of the singer allegedly circulated. Selena Gomez Wearing a blue pearl dress at the Met. Many people did not know that the pictures were fake and made with this technique.