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Met Gala 2018: best and extravagant looks

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The Met Gala 2018 red carpet was all about commemoration of religion, rites and rituals. ‘Hevanly Bodies: Fashion and Catholic Imagination’ assembled the liturgical characters of the Bible and Christianity on the steps of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Indubitably, the mummers of excitement among most guests were about the historical Vatican treasures which left Rome for the first time on the requests of fashion’s Pope Anna Wintour and Patriarch of Fashion Andrew Bolton. Inside the biggest party of the year, the Catholic motive was conspicuously curated with sumptuousness of archive, vintage pieces of legendary designers and aura built by the museums visionaries.

The red carpet was bounded with enchanted spells of customary art work that bowed to sparkles, beads, pearls, and holy crosses. There was a certain lack of colour which boasted both the theme and the juxtaposition between minimalism and extravagance. While some celebrities opted for minute and heavy embellishments others steered clear in smooth and elegant pieces, a balance between virtues and vices. Overall, it was a night of spiritual perspective, celestial beauty and heavenly headdresses.

The Minimalistic


The extravagant

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