Met Gala

Met Gala

Met Gala

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The Costume Institute Gala which is also known as the Met Ball or The Met Gala. This is an annual fundraising event for the grand opening of Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City annual fashion exhibit. Every year this event celebrates the event with a particular theme. The fashion affair lasts for several months, and this exhibit in the fashion industry is regarded as one of the most notable events. Personalities from the fashion, arts, music attend the Met Gala every year also business men with relation with the showbiz industry are seen on this event. They wear gorgeous detailed gowns, and suits that go with that year’s theme.

Met Gala Themes Over the Year

1971–1972:Fashion Plate (October 1971 – January 1972)
1972–1973:Untailored Garments (January–July 1972)
1973–1974:The World of Balenciaga (March–September
1974–1975:Romantic and Glamorous Hollywood Design (November 1974 – August 1975)
1975–1976:American Women of Style (December 1975 – August 1976)
1976–1977:The Glory of Russian Costume (December 1976 – August 1977)
1977–1978:Vanity Fair: A Treasure Trove (December 1977– September 1978)
1978–1979:Diaghilev: Costumes and Designs of the Ballets Russes (November 1978 – June 1979)
1979–1980:Fashions of the Habsburg Era: Austria-Hungary (December 1979 – August 1980)
1980–1981:The Manchu Dragon: Costumes of China, the Chi’ng Dynasty (December 1980 – August 1981)
1981–1982:The Eighteenth-Century Woman (December 1981 – September 1982)
1982–1983:La Belle Époque (December 1982 – September 1983)
1983–1984:Yves Saint Laurent: 25 Years of Design (December 1983 – September 1984)
1984–1985:Man and the Horse (December 1984 – September 1985)
1985–1986:Costumes of Royal India (December 1985 – August 1986)
1986–1987:Dance (December 1986 – September 1987)
1987–1988:In Style: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Costume Institute (November 1987 – April 1988)
1988–1989:From Queen to Empress: Victorian Dress 1837–1877 (December 1988 – April ] 1989–1990:The Age ofNapoleon: Costume from Revolution to Empire, 1789–1815 (December 1989 – April 1990)
1990–1991:Théâtre de la Mode – Fashion Dolls: The Survival of Haute Couture (December 1990 – April 1991)
1991–1992: Gala held, but no concurrent costume exhibition
1992–1993:Fashion and History: A Dialogue (December 1992 – March 1993)
1993–1994:Diana Vreeland: Immoderate Style (December 1993 – March 1994)
1994–1995:Orientalism: Visions of the East in western dress (December 1994 – March 1995)
1995–1996:Haute Couture (December 1995 – March 1996)
1996–1997:Christian Dior (December 1996 – March 1997)
1997–1998:Gianni Versace (December 1997 – March 1998)
1998–1999:Cubism and Fashion (December 10, 1998 – March 14, 1999)
1999–2000:Rock Style(December 9, 1999 – March 19, 2000)
2000–2001: No costume exhibition gala presented
2001:Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years (May 1 –July 29, 2001)[34][67] 2001–2002: No costume exhibition gala presented[66] 2003:Goddess: The Classical Mode (May 1 – August 3, 2003)[34][68] 2004:Dangerous Liaisons: Fashion and Furniture in the 18th Century (April 2?, –August 8, 2004)
2005:The House of Chanel (May 5 –August 7, 2005)
2006:AngloMania: Tradition and Transgression in British Fashion (May 3 –September 6, 2006)
2007:Poiret: King of Fashion (May 9 –August 5, 2007)
2008:Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy (May 7 –September 1, 2008)
2009:The Model As Muse: Embodying Fashion (May 6 –August 9, 2009)
2010:American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity(May 5 –August 10, 2010)
2011:Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty May 4 –August 7, 2011)
2012:Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations (May 10 –August 19, 2012)
2013:Punk: Chaos to Couture (May 9 –August 14, 2013)
2014:Charles James: Beyond Fashion (May 8 –August 10, 2014)
2015:China: Through the Looking Glass(May 7 – September 7, 2015)
2016:Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology
2017:Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between
2018: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination

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