The Met Gala, one of many 12 months’s most necessary vogue occasions, befell on Monday in New York City. Several well-known celebrities from world wide walked the red carpet on the occasion.
This 12 months’s theme was “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty,” based mostly on the brand new Costume Institute exhibition exploring the work of the long-lasting designer. Lagerfeld, who died in 2019 on the age of 85, spent many years creating garments for Balmain, Patou, Chloe, Fendi and Chanel along with his personal namesake label.
This 12 months’s Gala night time had one other large Indian connection, apart from the looks of Indian celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Isha Ambani, Natasha Poonawalla, and vogue marketing consultant Shloka Mehta’s sister Diya Mehta Jatia.
Neytt, an Extra Weave design agency situated in Kerala, revealed on Instagram that the not-so-red, however beige, carpet was woven within the state’s Alleppey district. It’s constructed fully of sisal (Mexican agave) fibre. It seems that weaving took 60 days. The sisal carpet was then handpainted within the United States. Among Neytt’s important purchasers are the Taj Coromandel in Chennai and the Soho House in Mumbai.
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