The Met Gala is just around the corner – as is the eye-catching fashion of the evening.
This year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Vogue have teamed up to bring the 2021 Met Gala to fan homes with a live broadcast.
Here’s everything you need to know before the starry night:
The Met Gala itself will be hosted by Billie Eilish, Amanda Gorman, Naomi Osaka, Timothée Chalamet, Tom Ford and Anna Wintour. Meanwhile, Monday’s live stream will be hosted by actress Keke Palmer and director Ilana Glazer, according to People magazine.
What time will it start?
The live broadcast will take place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on September 13 starting at 5:30 p.m. ET.
The live broadcast will provide “unprecedented access” to the gala, Vogue told the outlet.
Hosts will interview VIP guests as they step onto the red carpet at the event. Viewers can log onto vogue.com or the brand’s Twitter account.
THE 2021 MET GALA WILL REQUIRE PARTICIPANTS TO BE VACCINATED, HIDDEN INSIDE
The Met Gala usually takes place on the first Monday in May, but has been pushed back to September due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 Met Gala did not take place at all.
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What’s the theme?
Monday’s gala will be part of a two-part event. The theme of the first part is “In America: A Fashion Lexicon”. The second part will take place on May 2, 2022 and the theme will be “In America: A Fashion Anthology”.
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Who is present?
It is currently unclear who is attending other than the event hosts. Participants will need to present proof of vaccination.
“Currently, all attendees at the Met Gala on September 13 must provide full proof of vaccination and will also be required to wear masks indoors, except for eating or drinking,” a Met spokesperson confirmed to People magazine. “We will update these guidelines as needed. “