Met Gala 2021: Take a look at some of the most dazzling & jaw-dropping looks from the event

Fashion designer Tom Ford, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri and VOGUE’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour are chairing the event.

The Met Gala which happens every year on the first Monday of May, where some of the biggest names in Hollywood come to New York’s Met Museum, teaming up with exclusive fashion houses and tourists to help to raise money for the Costume Institute, was suspended last year due to the coronavirus pandemic and has finally made a return this September.

Fashion designer Tom Ford, Instagram boss Adam Mosseri and VOGUE’s Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour are chairing the event. The actor Timothée Chalamet, singer Billie Eilish, tennis star Naomi Osaka, and poet Amanda Gorman will be co-hosting the 2021 Met Gala but due to the ongoing pandemic, it has been divided into two parts.

A look at some of the best costumes of the event:

Billie Eilish, the Bad Guy singer has surprised everyone by her look in a peach ballgown fit for a princess, several assistants were with her to arrange her train has it was so long for the red carpet photos.

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Lil Nas X wore an ornate cape that was covered in intricate gold beading, in which the design was seen having a royal feel to it.

Image credit: People/ Twitter

Ciara was seen wearing an acid green, glittering gown, which was a homage to her husband Russell Wilson, it was a dress featuring the American football star’s No. 3 jersey number, it was seen as another standout look.

Image credit: Bleacher Report/ Twitter

Kim Kardashian by wearing a head-to-toe Balenciaga ensemble including balaclava. A bold departure from her usual glam, the star’s dramatic costume made a name on everyone’s lips.

Image credit: Kim Kardashian/ Instagram

The institute’s head curator Andrew Bolton told Vogue,” the American fashion community has been supporting us for 75 years, so I wanted to acknowledge its support, and also to celebrate and reflect upon American fashion.”

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