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The two photographers roamed the museum throughout fashion’s biggest night, capturing everyone from Lizzo to Tom Ford to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. Hellos—and moments of mutual outfit admiration—were had in front of the Statue of Liberty centerpiece as an orchestra played on. Kim Kardashian posed with Pete Davidson wearing Marilyn Monroe’s iconic “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress. Amy Schumer kept her sunglasses on during cocktail hour at The Charles Engelhard Court in The American Wing. Gigi Hadid caught up with friends Hailey Bieber and Naomi Campbell. Kendall Jenner maneuvered her massive Prada train and Alton Mason twirled his cape through the museum’s galleries. Since I am always a sucker for a love story, let’s start with how Vince Patti and Mischa Langley, the duo behind Lesser Miracle, first met each other. “It was a few years ago, at a podcast taping that took place at a notorious sex party in Brooklyn,” says Patti, laughing. “We were two of the ten people who were not there for that, but to see our friends and acquaintances.” The podcast was NYMPHOWARS, hosted by Macy Rodman and Theda Hammel. Langley, who’d been in New York precisely three days by this point, recalls that they and Patti didn’t catch up again till about two years later.
Amirah Kassem masterminded the dessert. Her chocolate cake, layered with either chocolate or cappuccino mousse, all crafted in the shape of a teacup, is a homage to the night’s dress code of gilded glamour. “This dessert is a play on Gilded Age teatime. Tea gowns were popularized during the Gilded Age, and they were intended to be worn indoors with family and close friends during a dinner party. I find it to be so inspiring that not only was there a dress code but an entire garment was created to be paired with tea,” she explains. On Monday night, guests from Blake Lively to Lizzo and Tom Ford enjoyed the culinary creations on plates adorned with vintage motifs sourced by Johnson Hartig of Libertine. Gracing the tables were linens based off of embroidery by American textile artist Elizabeth Jeffries, found by Vogue’s contributing editor Eaddy Kiernan in the Metropolitan Museum’s archive. Overlooking it all was a projection of Andrew Melrose’s 1887 painting, “Castle Garden, New York showing Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty,” one of the many nods to “Liberty Enlightening the World” seen throughout the night.
That’s the very question that chef Marcus Samuelsson needed to ask—and answer—when conceptualizing the menu for this year’s Met Gala, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion.” His conclusion, of course, was that this country’s cuisine is as diverse as its 330 million inhabitants. There’s the immigrant-influenced cuisine of the coastal cities, the soul food of the South, the plant-based movement increasingly embraced by the younger generations. So he asked three utterly impressive and individual chefs to dream up the United States’s wide-ranging ideals: Lauren Von der Pool, Melissa King, and Amirah Kassem. So what did they serve up at the Met Gala? Let’s start with Von der Pool, who was tasked with the cocktail hour hors d’oeuvres. A plant-based chef, she put her own spin on the classic deviled eggs, using Yukon potatoes instead of any animal products. Other passed appetizers included rice cakes topped with collard greens and cucumber salsa, truffled potato bites, and coconut ceviche. “What would America be without crops like corn, squash, dandelion, collards, beans, and burdock root? I wanted to focus on the vegetables that give America its flavor,” Von der Pool tells Vogue. “Each hors d’oeuvre tells a story, essentially about the depth of America, not just the opulence thereof. A lot of your favorite recipes were actually created from scraps, or whatever was seasonal.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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