The 2018 Met Gala's theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" and everyone brought their fashion A-game (especially Rihanna, obvi). Grace Baldridge and Amir Nikoui talk about the different looks celebrities and fashion icons wore. Let us know which look you loved the most.
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Guys (@the people speaking) you're with TYT and you missed everyone calling this cultural appropriation. Please address this.
Also even if the Vatican donated items to the exhibit, it does not excuse the fact that the celebrities wearing costumes did so immodestly and disrespectfully. Many of these are sacred images and they are not being treated as such.
It's really superficial to say "Oooh I like that" "oh that's pretty" when so many people are offended.
Why talk about the Met Gala when Flint still doesn't have clean water? Good point, why talk about Kanye West or Taylor Swift when there are wars happening around the world? Amir seems to forget this is a talk show about pop culture.
It was a bit offensive really to those who practice the religion - there would have been a take down if this was Islamic/Judaism. how did the Catholic church approve this and how have they not made a public statement.
I can understand just because one person or group of people within a faith gives permission for something to happen doesn't mean that other woshippers can't feel differently. However, since the Church is deeply hierarchical whatever the heads of Church say goes. And the Church is so powerful. It has been lampooned and made fun of but has maintained power & influence still.
"The Vatican not only gave permission for the theme, but also provided a whole host of clothes and other items for the accompanying exhibition.
The Met and the Vatican worked together for more than a year to procure more than 40 items for the event, and curator Andrew Bolton was even given access to the hidden chambers where nuns look after the pope’s clothes."
A lot of people just did not understand the theme. If you’re not gonna participate in the theme just don’t walk the red carpet. I realized that a lot of celebrities just don’t have good taste in art or fashion. They’ll wear whatever their hired stylist picks out for them and embarrass themselves in front of everyone. I’m just really disappointed in how many attendees just did not GET the point of what they were supposed to be doing here
I get that he is making a commentary on how celebrities are attending a party while the world goes on but you have to remember that the MET gala is a charity event for the museum. The met is a free museum you enter in on a donation and this gala is a donation event. Events like these are what keep the different art departments afloat. Yes they are spending money on their clothes but they are also donating money and their publicity to the museum and to be honest with all the money these celebrities are spending they are keeping a lot of people employed along with keeping aspects of our art and culture going.
After they walk up the stairs, they do a few interviews like the vogue with Liza Koshy ones and then they have the actual Gala where they mingle, have the performances, take photos etc. They also get to look around the museum exhibition I believe and then they have afterparties.
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