Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are Anna Wintour's "dream" Met Gala couple

Rooney Mara's understated take on the 2018 theme

It's the final countdown to the Met Gala 2019. She paired the look with a black vertical fascinator that will definitely give the royal wedding attendees a run for their money! She matched the accessory with a miniature black purse from Delvaux, and black stiletto boots.As for her lipstick, she wore a shade of nude peach, and she outlined her lids with blue shadow.

Are you excited to see her 2019 look?

She traded her sunny California look for a more classic NY appearance upon her arrival.

And the more outrageous the outfit, the better for the Met Gala red carpet, where the A-listers strut their stuff, usually in the most eye-popping ensemble they can find to match the theme. When asked which former guest would not be invited back, she quickly answered, "Donald Trump".

The museum teamed up with 14 fashion designers, including Marc Jacobs, Off-White, Gucci and Moschino, to create a 300-plus-piece collection full of "elements of irony, humor, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality and exaggeration", according to a press release. This year's theme is inspired by Susan Sontag's seminal essay, Notes On 'Camp'.

After 2018's religious theme, which saw stars kitted out in grand gowns largely based on clerical clothing, we anticipate this year is going to be a riot of colour and creativity on the red carpet. So, guests should exercise caution if they're trying to put up snaps and selfies this time around. "There's a quote from Sontag's Notes [on Fashion] that says "Camp is a woman walking around in a dress made of 3 million feathers" so I think I might be taking inspiration from that", Wintour revealed.

Every year, the gala welcomes a few new faces.

RuPaul's Drag Race victor, Aquaria, hosted the event.

The singer and actress will be one of several A-list stars walking the red carpet at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY for its annual fashion extravaganza, the Costume Institute Gala.



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