- BBC News World
One of the most important fashion events, The Med Gala, rolled out the red carpet for some of the best stars in the world in New York this Monday, May 2nd.
This year, the dress code was “golden glamor”, spurring years of economic boom in the United States in the late 19th century.
This topic sparked discussion on social websites.
Moreover, some stressed the fact that many working-class American families are struggling to make ends meet. High inflation in four decades That the country suffers.
One of the attendees was actor Riz Ahmed, dressed as a brilliant worker. “It’s a tribute to the migrant workers who hold the golden age of gold,” he said.
After funding was forced to cancel the event in 2020 and delaying last year’s event until the fall, the fundraising event returned to its usual May start.
Some 400 names from the world of music, cinema, fashion and sports Participated in a luxurious parade on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Among the guests was former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who said she would attend for the first time in 20 years to celebrate America’s fashion and spirit.
Tickets for the popular event cost US $ 35,000 and tables US $ 300,000.
The party is raising millions of dollars for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, a fashion museum whose tens of thousands of exhibitions are closed to the public.
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