Everything You Need to Know About 2019 Met Gala Night

It is not known as fashion academy awards for no reason.

Met Gala night might be the biggest fashion night of the year bringing together some of the top names in the entertainment industry, politics, and other high profile companies for a night of partying and peacocking.

This year’s Met Gala night starts on May 6th in New York. Read on to know more about what to expect and the theme for this year’s Met Gala.

What is the Met Gala?

Met Gala will be celebrating its 71st anniversary in 2019.

Met Gala is a black-tie fundraiser for the costume institute. 2018s Gala raised over $12 million for the Met. The occasion also celebrates the opening of the costume institute yearly fashion exhibit.

How to Watch the Met Gala?

For the viewers at home who want to watch the gala E! will start broadcasting live from the red carpet. Viewers can watch the show at 5 p.m. E.T on Hulu, Tv and YouTube Tv.

What is the 2019s Years Theme?

2018s Meta Gala themes were on heavenly bodies, fashion, and the Catholic imagination. The 2018s theme will be hard to copy, but the stars will try their level best to interpret the theme of 2019 and come up with different creative styles which will showcase the camp theme.

Mets official website said that this year’s theme would be on campus. We expect to see the stars who decide to adhere to this year’s themes to embrace “camp” theme.

Cait Logan

Cait Logan is a journalist, a regular editorial writer for the Journalist Observer, and a columnist for the Sun newspaper. She writes a weekly sports column giving readers insight into the happenings and internal working of the world of sports. She covers sports including tennis, golf, rugby, football, soccer, basketball, baseball, hockey, snowboarding, cricket. She also contributes to the online sports magazine Kick. She has a bachelors degree in Creative Writing from the University Of California, Los Angeles, and a bachelors in Journalism from Duke University. She also holds a Masters and Ph.D. in Journalism from Columbia University.

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