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The Met Gala shines with classic New York glamor


The celebrities of the moment, from kim kardashian to Blake Lively, passing through the Spanish Rosalia, this Monday they opted for classic glamor in a met gala that encouraged to pay homage to the “golden age” of New York and drink of the extravagance in smaller doses than other years.

there were no missing sequins, rhinestone appliqués, metallic fabrics, exaggerated volumes or transparenciesespecially in the case of the Kardashian sisters, who attended in full along with their stepsisters and their mother, turning the benefit party of the year in the US almost into a family affair.

kim kardashianaccompanied by comedian Pete Davidson, her new partner, was today the one who waited the longest among more than 300 celebrities and surprised with a nude bodycon dress covered in rhinestones reminiscent of Marilyn Monroea simpler choice than his latest proposals, very shocking.

The exclusive event, which raises funds for the Fashion Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of New York (Met) and follows a marked theme, it was held again on the first Monday in May, as was the tradition since the 1990s until the pandemic forced the event to be canceled in 2020 and postponed to September last year.

Anna Wintourthe editor of Vogue, who personally selects the guests, was one of the first to appear on the carpet of patriotic print that covered the stairs of the art gallery, dressed in a brightly colored robe adorned with feathers and wearing a tiara on her iconic short hairstyle.

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Shortly after came the marriage of actors formed by Blake Lively Y Ryan Reynolds, honorary presidents of the party, who did not disappoint with their choice of fashion, especially her, with a long royal court dress that was removed revealing a long blue train with embroidery and bright drawings.

For about four hours there was a succession of actors, musicians and models wearing their best clothes and perhaps that is why the presence of the richest man in the world stood out, businessman Elon Muskwho appeared like a rock starwaving to a crowd behind billboards on the street.

The founder of Tesla, with an elegant white tie jacket suit, as marked by the dress code, He was accompanied by his mother, the former model and dietitian Maye Muskwho added a jocular “he told me he didn’t want interviews” while he attended the journalists and assured that he loves fashion.

There was a large presence of Latin artists, but most went straight to the party without stopping to speak to the media, with exceptions such as Camila Cabello, who took the opportunity to do “activism” and point out that her dress was “sustainable”.

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Under the lights there was room for other messages: that of the mayor of New York, Eric Adams, calling for an “end to gun violence” with a sign on his jacket; or the love letter that Alicia Keys launched the Big Apple by showing off her “skyline” drawn in rhinestones on her skirt.

Alicia Keys, wearing a white tunic with feathers, said he was happy to meet so many Latinos; Anitta lamented, jokingly, that she couldn’t “twerk” in her voluminous dress; while J Balvinwith a suit, cane and hair dyed neon yellow, claimed to be enjoying his recent fatherhood.

The Spanish Rosaliawith great self-confidence, showed high platform leather boots under his white dress with rhinestones by Givenchyconfirming that she likes to be “disruptive” also when it comes to fashion, and declaring herself “very grateful” for being at her second Met Gala.

And it is that, despite everything, the extravagance was inevitable: the rapper Cardi B wore a dress made of chains; Dove Cameron was presented with a die-cut design by Iris Van Herpen that seemed from another galaxy; and model Gigi Hadid covered her maroon latex ensemble with a matching giant padded jacket.

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