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Met Gala 2021: after two years of absence, New York has found its ultra-mundane meeting

2021-09-14T20:55:48.427Z

Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Timothée Chalamet ... The world stars flocked to the heart of Manhattan on Monday evening for the Metropoli gala



Four hundred actors, actresses, musicians, models, sportsmen or stars of social networks hurried Monday evening, in increasingly extravagant outfits, at the gala of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met), the essential ultra-social meeting of the all-New York, after two and a half years of absence due to the pandemic.

Almost no one was masked, but to strut the cream-colored carpet, to show up at one of the most popular parties on the planet, you still had to be vaccinated or test negative.

And pay $ 35,000 for the entrance fee.

American actress Sharon Stone.

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Sharon Stone, Justin Bieber, Venus Williams, Gigi Hadid, Diane Kruger, Erykah Badu, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna Kendall Jenner, Taylor Hill, Hailey Rhode Baldwin, Kid Cudi, Frank Ocean and even… Isabelle Huppert: Monday evening, in the heart of Manhattan , the Met hadn't seen so many global stars since May 2019. Among the most notable stars, reality star Kim Kardashian arrived fully covered in black, face included, in an outfit that looked enigmatic and chilling.

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Gigi Hadid, September 13, 2021. REUTERS / Mario Anzuoni

Let's get loud— @ jlo has arrived!

#MetGala #MetInAmerica pic.twitter.com/ZJOTIg1wq9

- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) September 14, 2021

Model Kendall Jenner.

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They understood the assignment ✨ Major surprise ending to the #MetGala with the queen herself @rihanna and #AsapRocky.

What a way to end the night!

#MetInAmerica pic.twitter.com/no5oeiV1Du

- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) September 14, 2021

“It's unreal!

"Exclaimed American rapper Megan Thee Stallion, while finding" a little strange "to meet with so many" peoples "in the most select evening of the city-world which is just recovering from the pandemic.

American rapper Megan Thee Stallion.

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In an incredible yellow dress cut by Valentino, the American singer and dancer Normani, very moved in front of the forest of microphones and cameras, felt like a "princess, a black queen".

American singer and dancer Normani.

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The Met Gala is a charity event held annually for the benefit of the Costume Institute, a museum entity dedicated to fashion, which has its own budget and is financially independent from the Met.

Created in 1948, the gala was for a long time an event reserved for the very high and very wealthy New York society, the main source of patronage for the Met.

It gradually opened up from the 1970s, before transforming itself after the arrival at its head of the high priestess of fashion and editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour, in 1995.

Sending a big thanks to this year's honorary #MetGala Co-Chairs Anna Wintour, Tom Ford, and Adam Mosseri, who all graced the red carpet in style tonight.

#MetInAmerica pic.twitter.com/CJr58Wwx3U

- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) September 14, 2021

She propelled it into the galaxy of “people” events, adapted to the era of social networks and the democratization of fashion, to the point where it is sometimes compared to the Oscars ceremony in Los Angeles.

"In Gay We Trust"

The event also offers the opportunity to assert one's gender identity or political views.

High-profile homosexual activist football champion Megan Rapinoe has misused the US national motto “In God We Trust” into “In Gay We Trust”.

Football champion Megan Rapinoe.

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, figure of the left wing of the Democratic Party, displayed "Tax the Rich", a slogan very "class struggle" in the middle of the fortunes of Manhattan.

New York Congresswomen @AOC makes a statement (literally!) On the #MetGala red carpet.

#MetInAmerica pic.twitter.com/D6vltwvW8v

- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) September 14, 2021

The 2020 edition of the gala had been canceled as New York was suffocated by the coronavirus epidemic.

That of this year, which is usually held on the first Monday in May, has been postponed to this Monday evening, before a 2022 edition scheduled for the beginning of May.

Maybe with some 1,200 guests, like before the pandemic.

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Under the co-chairmanship of Anna Wintour, fashion designer Tom Ford and Instagram boss Adam Mosseri, singer Billie Eilish, actor Timothée Chalamet, poet Amanda Gorman and tenniswoman Naomi Osaka co-chaired the gala this year, under the sign of youth, "Generation Z".

That's a wrap on a star-studded evening.✨



Our biggest thanks to this year's outstanding #MetGala Co-Chairs @billieeilish, @TheAmandaGorman, @RealChalamet, and @naomiosaka.



Check out # MetInAmerica⁣ on view through September 2022.


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- The Metropolitan Museum of Art (@metmuseum) September 14, 2021

The Met Gala, an opportunity for great fashion designers to dress the stars, also marks the opening of the Costume Institute's annual exhibition. The museum has chosen this year to organize an exhibition in two parts, the first from Saturday, September 18 to September 2022 and the second starting in May 2022. The first part, entitled "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" (" In America: A Fashion Lexicon ”) will celebrate Costume's 75th anniversary. The second part will be entitled "In America: An Anthology of Fashion". He will be interested in "the development of American fashion".

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