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Style The Met Gala to Take Place In September

20:55  12 april  2021
20:55  12 april  2021 Source:   teenvogue.com

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The Met Gala is back! On Monday, April 12, Andrew Bolton, curator at The Met Museum's Costume Institute, and Anna Wintour announced the event's grandiose return after last year's pandemic-related postponement and eventual cancellation – and they're making up for lost time.

As noted by The New York Times, along with the event's return, Andrew Bolton and Anna Wintour shared that there would be two interconnected Costume Institute shows following the theme of American style. Part One, titled "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion," aims to center contemporary designers and will be open for viewing this September following Fashion Week. (The Gala itself is suggested to be the closing event of NYFW.) Part Two, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” will arrive in May 2022, coinciding with the event's traditional calendar. The celebrity hosts will be named next month, though, in-theme, The Times reported that American designer Tom Ford and American poet Amanda Gorman are rumored to be involved.

The Met Gala Will Return This Year, But On a Slightly Different Schedule

  The Met Gala Will Return This Year, But On a Slightly Different Schedule The fashionable fete was canceled last year due to the pandemic.According to Page Six, the gala will be delayed from its usual date, instead hosting its big day on September 13 (the first Monday of the month is Labor Day), in the hopes that large-scale vaccinations and preventative measures will have helped us all return to something more closely resembling pre-pandemic life by then.

“We very consciously wanted this to be a celebration of the American fashion community, which suffered so much during the pandemic,” said Bolton of the theme. “I think American fashion is undergoing a renaissance, with young American designers at the vanguard of discussions around diversity, inclusion, sustainability, and conscious creativity. I find it incredibly exciting.”

No word so far on whether the pandemic will cause the already exclusive guest list to become shorter or if the guests will be encouraged to lean into the festivity of a masquerade ball in the name of safety. If the Met Gala can hold up safely and responsibly, we are very excited to see the return of fashion's biggest night out!

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The Met Gala will shift to September 2021 with Amanda Gorman hosting

  The Met Gala will shift to September 2021 with Amanda Gorman hosting The biggest stars will return to show off their haute couture looks when the Met Gala returns in 2021. Inauguration poet Amanda Gorman is expected to host with Tom Ford.But the high-profile fashion event will be shift later in the year from its usual first Monday in May to September 13, Page Six reported on Thursday.

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And the 2021 Met Gala Dress Code Is… .
“American Independence” is the dress code listed on the invitations for the 2021 Met Gala, which will be hosted on September 13.To back up: Both 2020 and 2021’s galas were postponed, of course, due to the pandemic. And while the 2020 exhibition did indeed open at the Met last year, there was no accompanying red carpet celebration. This year, however, the exhibition will have two acts: The first, called “In America,” will be a small show that takes place this September; part two, a continued look into the glories of our domestic fashion industry, will be unveiled in 2022—with a celebration slated for its storied date of the first Monday in May.

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