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The Dive In: NBA PLAYOFFS
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Met Gala 2024

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Zendaya at the Met Gala Photo Courtesy of; Google Images

Although the Met Gala is technically a fundraiser to support the Metropolitan Museum of Art, most people know it as ‘Fashion’s biggest night out’. The first Monday in May’s dress code was “Garden of Time,” which is supposed to correlate with the fashion exhibit shown at the Met titled, “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.”   Wendy Yu, Curator in Charge of the Costume Institute, added that the exhibition will be shaped around three main “zones”—Land, Sea, and Sky—that pay tribute to the natural world.

“It is very much an ode to nature and the emotional poetics of fashion,” she said via Vogue. 

The Met's “Sleeping Beauties” Exhibition Is Designed to Awaken Your Senses | Vogue
Photo from the Met exhibit Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion, Photo Courtesy of: Google Images

Like every year, the red carpet was star-studded. This year’s Met Gala co-chairs were Zendaya, Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth, and Jennifer Lopez. Additionally, there were celebrities from every corner of pop culture. There was WNBA star Angel Reese, Vogue CEO Anna Wintour, and singer Sabrina Carpenter were just some of the huge names in attendance. 

There is a spectacle around this event every year, and this year was no different. The Vogue livestream hit over 800,000 views alone, along with the other streams and the other people not watching but keeping up via social media, the Met Gala has a huge viewership. This year there were specific looks that caught the eyes of many. A study done by Twitch, a popular live-streaming sight, said Zendaya and Tyla were the two most talked about attendees. Additionally, there were performances inside the Met Gala by Ariana Grande.

Zendaya most definitely grabbed attention because she not only walked the runway in a beautiful custom Maison Margiela dress, but she walked again in a vintage Givenchy gown. Some other favorite looks, according to Vouge, were Taylor Russell in Loewe, Elle Fanning in Balmain, Emma Chamberlain in Jean Paul Gautier, and more. The most popular brands at the Met were Loewe, Dio, Burberry, Tom Ford, and, Versace. 

Below is a slideshow of the best and most popular looks at the Met Gala.

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Sam Robinson, Entertainment Editor
Sam is a senior at Shadow Ridge. This is Sam's third year in journalism, and her second as the Entertainment Editor. She's very happy to be a part of the Lariat and she is excited to write stories for the community to read. She loves writing and can't wait to write about world events and entertainment.
 
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