Met Gala, Fashion's Biggest Night

Met Gala, Fashion's Biggest Night


Anna Wintour of Vogue chairs the prestigious, astronomically expensive ($75,000 per ticket) annual Met Gala in New York, where stars dress in costumes inspired by the Costume Institute display at the Metropolitan Museum.


Under chair Anna Wintour's direction, the Met Gala—which began as a modest fundraiser in 1948—has grown into the most renowned, star-studded fashion event, raising millions of dollars every year for the Met's Costume Institute display.

Present day

Every year, the Costume Institute hosts an annual fashion exhibit, which is celebrated with the Met Gala. Supermodel Anna Wintour of Vogue is in charge of this elite red carpet event, which attracts A-list stars. In 2024, tickets will run you $75,000, and just 650 people will be allowed on the stringent guest list. While restroom selfies have become a viral phenomenon, the Gala has tight social media restrictions. Lopez, Zendaya, Hemsworth, and Bad Bunny will co-host the event in 2024.


Every year, the Costume Institute's yearly show is complemented by a new fashion topic that attendees interpret through their attire at the Met Gala. A themed red carpet and gala supper are part of the formal event.


Important Met Gala scandals include ostracized designers that sparked boycotts, celebrity disputes, themes that were accused of racism or blasphemy, and famous gowns that were supposedly ruined by attendees.


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