Iman thought her Met Gala outfit sent a “hopeful” message.
The 66-year-old supermodel made a fuss on the red carpet of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (13.09.21) and arrived at the annual Costume Institute Gala in Harris Reed’s giant golden feather headgear. Chandelier earrings, bracelets, matching hoop skirt cages layered over the ring, and the beauty of Somalia, matching the strapless gold jumpsuit, make such a “dark” time in the coronavirus pandemic. I loved the “ray” costumes offered to.
She said to Vogue: “He approached me, and then he sent me this picture, it … I fell.
“I thought it was beautiful because I felt a really hopeful ray of light in the darkness we felt, so I thought it was the perfect outfit for it.”
And Iman argued that the tiered gold halo headpiece, despite its huge size, was not uncomfortable to wear.
She told People magazine that it was “not heavy at all.”
Iman was excited to work with “young designers, young blood” for the biggest night of fashion, and Harris was excited to team up with someone very “symbolic”.
“I tried to think of the most iconic woman in the world, and it really came as Iman,” he spouted.
This year’s Met Gala, with the theme of “America: Fashion Lexicon,” was delayed from its usual date on the first Monday of May due to a coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 event has been completely canceled due to the global health crisis.
At the Monday event, measures were taken to require people to wear masks at all times except when eating and drinking, and participants were required to submit proof of vaccination.