Met Gala, fashion’s most anticipated and glamorous red carpet event, took place last night (13th September) and there’s a lot to unpack.
Usually held in May, the gala moved to New York Fashion Week this year due to COVID-19. Requiring vaccinations to attend, the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute hoped to return to normalcy this year, focusing their two-part fashion exhibition on a range of American fashion.
Yet, the execution of this year’s theme, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” reminded us all of what ‘normal’ is to the gatekeepers of American fashion.
If the Costume Institute understood their own theme, Black designers would have flooded both the red carpet and this year’s exhibit.Read more on msn.com