Four youngsters from Generation Z at the Met Gala

NEW YORK (EFE). – Actor Timothy Chalamet, singer Billy Eilish, tennis player Naomi Osaka and poet Amanda Gorman will host the next edition of the Met Gala, which will take place in September and this time will be an American-style celebration.

One of the people in charge of the popular event was revealed yesterday by the magazine “Vogue”, which will feature Tom Ford, Adam Mosseri and Anna Wintour as honorary hosts.

The quartet, composed of Timothy, Billy, Naomi, and Amanda, marks the landing of Generation Z, one of the grand annual events for the world of fashion and celebrities in the Big Apple.

Born between 1995 and 2001, the four young people have excelled in their respective fields at a very young age and have, according to “Vogue”, made their mark with their personal style.

The Met Gala, which is usually held on the first Monday of May to raise funds for the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of New York, will be held on the occasion in September, when the Kovid-19 is expected to be banned due to low From

This unusual celebration will come after the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) and “Vogue” magazine in New York, which was responsible for one of the biggest social events of the year, postponing it indefinitely and then the program for the pandemic in 2020. Was forced to cancel. .

As usual, the gala will be accompanied by a fashion exhibition, but this time it will be divided into two separate parts, which will be presented in a staggered manner. The first of them will be titled “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” and will open its doors from September 18 to September 5, 2022, and aims to “celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Instituto del Traje and discover modern terminology.” Of American fashion “.

The second, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion”, will open from 5 May 2022 to 5 September in the same year. Both will explore the development of fashion.

The style and fashion of the United States will also mark the Met Gala, which will be celebrated with a dress code defined as “American peace”.


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