Where To Watch Met Gala Red Carpet: In many ways, the Met Gala is better than ever this year—at least for those of us who weren’t invited to the event. Following the cancellation of last year’s event due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been a long and winding route to the fashion fundraiser’s official reemergence this year (it will take place on September 13, to cap off New York Fashion Week).
While the pandemic has been the driving force behind all postponement decisions, there are certain deliberate twists in the story that will provide for an exciting conclusion to the series. First and foremost, there is the theme of “American fashion,” which, according to Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton, is “undergoing a renaissance, with young American designers at the forefront of discussions around diversity, inclusion, sustainability, and conscious creativity.” Second, there is the exhibition itself.
Then there’s the menu, which is fully vegetarian and vegan in nature. The gala announced in August that it would serve only plant-based cuisine prepared by a group of 10 New York-based chefs and influencers, including Junghyun Park (Atomix), Emma Bengtsson (Aquavit), Thomas Raquel (Le Bernardin), and Fabian von Hauske (Wildair).
The biggest night in fashion has returned. However, this year’s Met Gala will take place in September rather than on the first Monday in May, as is customary.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City will host the 2021 Met Gala on Monday, September 13, at 5:30 p.m. ET, following last year’s event being postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to Vogue, the Met Gala will be staged in two parts this year, with the first event taking place on Monday and the second event scheduled to take place on May 1, 2022 — the first Monday of the month, as is custom — on the first Monday of May.
Although people who are not invited to the Met Gala will not be able to see inside, you may easily watch the red carpet from the comfort of your own home to see what your favorite celebs are wearing.
The Met Gala returned to New York City tonight after Covid forced the event to be postponed until 2020.
This year’s Met Gala celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Costume Institute, with a guest list that is strictly guarded and tickets that are much sought after.
The festivities began at 5:30 p.m., and celebrities began arriving on the red carpet shortly thereafter.
In what is often regarded as fashion’s most important night, A-list guests from music, cinema, television, and other fields are invited to embrace the subject of each new exhibition as they slowly make their way up the museum’s stairwell.
When it comes to how people dress and how they enter, interpretation is everything, but this year’s official dress code is “American Independence,” which allows for plenty of leeway in terms of interpretation.
Khloe Kardashian was reportedly “barred” from the Met Gala this year due to her “C-list” status, according to reports released ahead of the event. It has been reported that Anna Wintour, the editor in chief of Vogue, thinks the reality TV star is “too C-list” for the red carpet.