Happy first Monday of May to all who are celebrating! The 2024 Met Gala has officially kicked off, marking the perfect occasion to channel your inner fashion critic and revel in the splendor of the most glamorous evening in fashion. This year, the exhibition is themed “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion,” showcasing a journey through four centuries of fashion history presented in innovative, multi-sensory formats.

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The gala itself takes inspiration from J.G. Ballard’s short story “The Garden of Time,” a narrative that delves into humanity’s intertwined dynamics of creation and destruction. The interpretations by celebrities and designers are bound to be enchanting, potentially setting new benchmarks in both fashion and beauty on the Met steps tonight.

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An impressive roster of co-chairs—including Zendaya, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny, and Chris Hemsworth—promises a night of unforgettable appearances. Speculations abound: will stars like Taylor Swift, Anne Hathaway, or Rihanna grace the event?

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Stay tuned as we cover all the unmissable fashion moments from the 2024 Met Gala, ranging from groundbreaking new designs to legendary pieces from the archives and beyond.

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Cynthia Erivo made a striking contrast to Grande’s Glinda, stepping onto the scene in a dark, Thom Browne ensemble adorned with rose petals. She complemented this tailored outfit with towering platform shoes, bold jewelry, and a soft pastel pink handbag, crafting a look that was both dramatic and elegant.

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Ariana Grande, maintaining her series of Glinda-inspired outfits in anticipation of the “Wicked” movie, graced the 2024 Met Gala in a breathtaking custom Loewe gown. The dress boasted a shimmering mother-of-pearl bodice paired with an opulent, pleated skirt. Complementing her ensemble, Grande’s fluttery eye makeup and her iconic ponytail added to the overall enchantment of her appearance.

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