The most important evening in style is again … once more!
Vogue’s annual style extravaganza on the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork has historically taken place through the first Monday in Might. However because of COVID, final 12 months’s style fete received bumped from spring to September. So in case you thought you had been partaking within the nice pandemic custom of questioning your sense of time, don’t fear. You’re high quality.
However in case you’re questioning concerning the theme of Monday evening’s occasion, be ready to be perplexed as soon as extra.
The theme this 12 months is “In America: An Anthology of Vogue,” which is a sequel to final 12 months’s theme, “In America: A Lexicon of Vogue.” Nevertheless it’s broadly believed that the costume code listed on the invitation, which People describes as white-tie with an emphasis on “Gilded Glamour,” would be the one most celebrities will embrace.
The Gilded Age was a tumultuous interval between the Civil Struggle and the flip of the twentieth century recognized for robber barons, drama, grandeur and a interval of social inequality wherein a small inhabitants of elite people loved oodles of wealth which doesn’t in any respect sound acquainted. Suppose: John D. Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, J.P. Morgan, Elon Musk, the Monopoly Man and Bertha Russell (Carrie Coon) and her fabulous, over-the-top hats in HBO’s “The Gilded Age.”
The evening’s hosts are Blake Full of life and husband Ryan Reynolds, Regina King, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, and can presumably be in attendance. Katy Perry has indicated that she’ll be there — and hopefully will likely be dressed as a hamburger once more, as a result of the meals deserves its personal chapter in an American anthology. In line with Page Six, Megan Thee Stallion confirmed she was attending. The outlet additionally claims all of the Kardashian women had been invited — which incorporates Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, who’ve by no means gone earlier than. Some Redditors have a concept Kim Kardashian might show up wearing the iconic dress Marilyn Monroe wore to sing “Glad Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy — which was so tight Monroe reportedly needed to be sewn into it.