Met Gala 2019: Fuchsia dominates 'camp' theme after Lady Gaga sets the tone
Let's leave what's in vogue for fashion's biggest night to dictate - the Met Gala 2019. Lady Gaga had a huge moment opening the Met Gala and she left nothing to chance as she flaunted four iconic outfits walking from 84th and Madison to the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Stunning the world in a ballooned fuchsia cape dress, Gaga switched between the colors black and fuchsia alternatively.
As guests started walking down the carpet, a lot of fuchsia color was spotted, officially making fuchsia the color of the year. Period. West Coast director of Vogue, Lisa Love, stood alongside Anna Wintour, applauding Lady Gaga's iconic entrance and she too, was spotted in a trouser suit of the same shade.
With laced collar and cuffs, she paired her look with black accessories and black sunglasses, almost reminiscent of Gaga's own look. 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel' actress Rachel Brosnahan carried her marvelous self in a ruffled fuchsia gown. The dress featured black bows, bright orange flowers and plenty of ruffles, which too echoed Gaga's art of layering.
Whembley Sewell, executive editor at Condé Nast stunned in a glitter fuchsia suit, pairing silver heels and makeup.
Harry Styles turned heads with his sheer Gucci outfit, heels, and earrings, but so did Alessandro Michele, who walked the carpet with him. Michele echoed the entrance theme Gaga had set, layers and ruffles, all in fuchsia.
With more guests coming in, we can expect more fuchsia. Redefining the idea of "Camp: Notes on Fashion" the lavish and colorful turnout of A-listers on the pink carpet was filled with colors unexpected and glitters and embellishment, even more unexpected.
The first Monday of May, which determines the fashion statement for the rest of year, has pretty much sealed our wardrobe color choices, and we can't wait to splurge on fuchsia shopping soon.