This year for the Met Gala Priyanka Chopra Jonas stepped out in a dramatic nude-coloured Dior gown with feather detailing from its Spring 2018 collection sporting a bizarre curly hairdo topped with a silver-straw crown and loud make up complete with a bindi. Twitterati donned their funny hat and had everyone in splits with their reactions.
Not close enough! pic.twitter.com/3u1yGeiHhk
— MumBhaiKar (@meinengineer) May 7, 2019
This year, the theme was Camp: Notes on Fashion – to coincide with an upcoming exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Arts, inspired by photographer Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay, Notes on Camp.
— chikoo (@tweeterrant) May 7, 2019
The outfits this year will be based on “irony, humour, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality and exaggeration”. Clearly, the celebrities seem to have gone for the ‘exaggeration’ bit.
Pic1 – my hair when local train mein seat mil jaaye
— zooMIe… (@iamZoomie) May 7, 2019
— Roma (@only4roma) May 7, 2019
This one is very, very relatable.
— Sumit (@sumitsaurabh) May 7, 2019
You’d relate to this one if you’ve spent hours on YouTube going through makeup tutorials.
I don’t know why but this #MetGala I had to share this
— Bold n Beautiful (@trushnaparekh) May 7, 2019
Priyanka Chopra Jonas was not the only one to go for shock and awe look at this year’s Met Gala. Deepika Padukone wore a Zac Posen custom metallic pink gown.
— HELLO! India (@HELLOmagIndia) May 7, 2019
Actor Zendaya went to Met Gala dressed as Cinderella.
— Hoor (follow me or I’ll cry) (@hoorrulainn) May 7, 2019
While Kim Kardashian’s sisters Kylie and Kendall looked like they were dressed as her evil stepsisters.
Katy Perry went dressed as a chandelier.
— Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) May 7, 2019
The Met Gala, or the Costume Institute Gala is the annual fundraising gala thrown for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York and marks the opening of Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit. That year’s exhibit’s theme is celebrated at the event where celebrities wear their outfits to match the theme. The ball which is thrown on the first Monday of May had ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’ as the theme in 2018.