Met Gala or Met Ball has been postponed due to novel coronavirus. The event was originally slated for May 4 this year. Fans that are eagerly waiting for glamorous and extravagant looks of their favorite celebrities, unfortunately, have to wait until next year. They are already missing top celebrity’s outfits like Rihanna’s Guo Pei and Lady Gaga’s Brandon Maxwell and other Met Gala Looks.
The Met Gala is formally Costume Institute Gala and also known as the Met Ball. It is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City.
Fashion Magazine Vogue’s Unique Way to Get Met Gala Looks
The theme of Met gala this year was “About Time: Fashion and Duration” as people are social distancing at home fashion enthusiasm has made them gocreative.
American performer Billy Porter and fashion magazine Vogue teamed-up and came up with the creative challenge of recreating their favorite red carpet looks from previous Met gala. They started a DIY challenge on Instagram which required no invitation but needed a bit of imagination called #MetGalaChallenge.
Billy Porter stated on Vogue’s official Instagram handle that it was time to end all fashion challenges. He asked people to think out of the box and recreate iconic looks from the previous red carpet of Met Gala at home. He added it could be Rihanna, it could be Gaga or it could be me but be creative. He asked to post their recreated look on Instagram with hashtag #MetGalaChallenge.
Instagram users have eagerly taken the challenge as they participated in many social media lockdown challenges like dalgona coffee challenge and those about make-up free looks..
#MetGalaChallenge on Instagram
The Instagrammers have used a sleeping bag, garbage bags, shower curtains, cardboard boxes and belts to recreate the red carpet look from previous Met Gala and participated in #MetGalaChallenge.
Well, these were not only commoners who joined in to create the famous Met Gala Looks but also the celebrities.
Many celebrities including Mindy Kaling and fashion lovers also took to Instagram to participated in challenge.
American actress Mindy Kaling jumped to the #MetGalaChallenge and recreated Jared Leto’s look with tarp, some Christmas lights and packing tape.
American-German actress Diane Kruger 2018’s Looks
This fam created Diane Kruger’s Met Gala look with aluminum foil, bath and hand towels.
Katy Perry’s Look
Ariana Grande’s 2018 Look
Fashion lover Bernadette Banner recreated Ariana Grande’s 2018 look with toilet paper. Well, this was one of the most relatable Met Gala Looks amidst the coronavirus season.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s Met Gala 2015’s Look
This instagrammer recreated Sarah Jessica Parker’s Met Gala look with glass.
Rihanna’s Met Gala Look
Pop singer Rihanna’s famous Met Gala look was recreated with newspaper.
American Actress Zendaya
There was a recreation of the American actress Zendaya’s Cinderella look as well.
and Zendaya Met Gala 2017’s look
Pink bed sheets and the laundry baskets were enough for one of the iconic Met Gala looks of Lady Gaga.
When Forbes declared Kylie Jenner the youngest self-made billionaire no one seemed. Now her met gala looks have been created by using garbage bags. Well, it is not sure what does this represents.
Priyanka Chopra who was recently slammed for her coronavirus strategy was also one of those celebrities whose popular Met Gala Looks made it to Instagram. Her Ralph Lauren dress form 2017 Met Gala dress was recreated with a trench coat modified with a sheet and pillowcase for proportions, added buttons, and tin foil earrings.