The last time the world had a Met Gala was in 2019, and the theme was “Camp: Notes on Fashion.”
Aside from a place children go in the summer, camp — according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary — is “a style or mode of personal or creative expression that is absurdly exaggerated and often fuses elements of high and popular culture.”
To no one’s surprise, the Met Gala-going crowd took that concept in many directions.
Lady Gaga, a known camp connoisseur and a host of 2019’s Met Gala, donned not one but four different outfits. She arrived in a fuchsia gown with an exaggerated train; removed it to reveal an asymmetrical black dress;
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