From Jennifer Lopez to Gigi Hadid: The best (and worst) looks and dresses of the MET Gala 2021

If you are here it is because you also expected the
Red carpet in which anything goes and in which the eccentric and the original win by a landslide. As you know, the pandemic and the arrival of Covid-19 have changed and modified many things and the celebration of
the Met Gala (where we have found the most spectacular high ponytail) could not be less. The 2020 edition – that was the 2019 edition – had to be
suspended and postponed Now, thus breaking with the tradition that says that it must take place on the first Monday in May. Thus,
arrives in september coinciding with the equator of fashion month, generating more expectation than ever and an event will be held twice with another appointment in 2022.

With masks involved, the requirement of a complete vaccine to be able to attend and restrictions to which we are already more than accustomed, the
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has once again hosted the most important gala in the fashion industry and this time, it pays tribute to the most recent exhibition of the Costume Institute, In America:
A Lexicon of Fashion. A theme that is defined as a
tribute to american fashion and that the assistants have defended with looks inspired by the Hollywood of the 50s, in the cowboy style or with the colors of the American flag. “We wanted, in a very conscious way, to turn this event into a celebration of the American fashion community that has suffered so much during the pandemic,” acknowledged Fashion Commissioner Andrew Bolton. A highly anticipated red carpet that has been attended by women of the stature of
Gigi Hadid, Rosalía o Jennifer Lopez and that they have worn looks as spectacular (others not so much) like these:

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez couldn’t be expected less. The artist perfectly understood the theme and chose this cowboy-style look from Ralph Lauren.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Democratic politicians took the opportunity to display their own banner in the form of a white dress with red letters and typography reminiscent of the punk movement of the 70s. And in its message, a very clear idea: taxes for the rich.

Gigi Hadid


Old Hollywood, that red wig and this Prada dress have placed Gigi Hadid among one of the best dressed at the gala.


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Kendall Jenner

The model saved the MET Gala red carpet with this see-through Givenchy design inspired by Audrey Hepburn in ‘My Fair Lady’.

Billie Eilish


Like a Hollywood diva from the 1950s, this is how Billie Eilish presented herself reincarnating Marilyn Monroe with this spectacular Oscar de la Renta dress. Brava!

Justin Bieber y Hailey Bieber


The singer and the model did ‘mix and match’ and both opted for black with two very sober looks.

Karlie Kloss


The model in this red Carolina Herrera dress is a full-fledged yes.

Kaia Gerber


Although something more extravagant was expected of her, the model and daughter of Cindy Crawford debuted at the Met Gala in this classic and successful black dress inspired by the iconic look of Bianca Jagger in 1981.

Irina Shayk


The model disappointed with a style in which her change of look, a pixie with lopsided and paraded bangs, attracts more attention than her Jeremy Scott dress.

Kim Kardashian


For looks that leave you speechless, that of Kim Kardashian. With this Balenciaga design, the socialite has become meme meat and no wonder …

Emily Blunt


Another very successful reference to cinema and with which he has achieved a look to frame has been Emily Blunt’s proposal inspired by Hedy Lamarr in ‘Ziegfeld Girl’.

Kristen Stewart


We don’t know if we like the blonde hair and the pin-up ponytail better or the two pieces from Chanel.

Emily Ratajkowski


The model relied on the power of red with this stunning Vera Wang dress that is a favorite.

Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes


Feathers to the Hollywood diva and cowboy style. The couple has sported the two most chosen trends during the night.

Anna Wintour


Is it Anna Wintour or Taylor Swift? The editor-in-chief of Vogue was sentenced in the networks for choosing an Oscar de la Renta long floral dress very similar to the one that the singer wore at the 2016 Grammys. Something more was expected …

Megan Fox


Megan Fox once again demonstrated that her conception of glamor and style is always linked to sensuality and that she can wear anything that everything looks great on her.



With its premiere at the Met Gala, Rosalía preferred to pay tribute to Spain and wore a red dress inspired by the manila shawl.

Brooklyn Beckham y Nicola Peltz

The couple looked like they had come out of a typical prom for an American movie. She, in a very lady pink dress, he, in a pristine suit. In favor!

Lupita Nyong’o


Denim on the red carpet? Yes! This Versace of the actress is a true marvel and a Brtiney Spears ‘vibes’ in all rule.

Alicia Keys


Alicia Keys surprised with a rather bridal-inspired look with a tulle skirt and a white shirt.

Donatella Versace and Maluma


The cowboy theme has been one of the favorites of the guests and the designer and the singer are a good example of this.

Kris Jenner


Kris Jenner is a good example of what is a wrong choice at a Met Gala.

Cara Delevigne


A red carpet without a vindictive look is not a loyal red carpet and this time it has come from the hand of Cara Delevigne and her message against patriarchy in her Dior styling.

Serena Williams


The tennis queen’s look is the look no one ever understood: a feather cape and a silver Gucci skinny jumpsuit.

Rosie Leslie


The Hollywood diva moment has been the favorite of the night and one of the most successful. Despite the fact that the Met Gala seeks to get out of the simple, this yellow Oscar de la Renta has been one of the most applauded.

Simon Biles


A dress covered in Swarovski crystals that weighs 40 kilos. Simon Biles confirmed that in this gala more is more.

Ella Emhoff


Vice-president’s stepdaughter Kamala Harris opposed everything to red, the color of the US flag with a semitransparent Stella McCartney outfit and with which she showed that the sporty style is the new ‘must have’ of the new generation of Americans .

Eiza Gonzalez


The red, the mermaid cut, the waves to the water … Eiza González has also joined the ‘mood’ diva of Hollywood and has triumphed.

Julia Garner


A ‘naked dress’ by Stella McCartney starred in Julia Garner’s look that could well be a 2021 version of the iconic Marilyn Monroe.

Jennifer Hudson


A tribute to Aretha Franklin? The power of red is indisputable, however the padded overlay is another story …

Timothée Chalamet


The male 10 was taken by the actor by combining a jacket with sweatpants and Converse sneakers.



At the Met Gala you come to look for designs that attract attention and with the model we have found it. She has sported a striking feathered look created by Harris Red.



What has been showing off a spectacular figure with a dress full of openings in the colors of the US flag.

Carolyn B. Maloney


Carolyn B. Maloney took advantage of the red carpet to support the feminist movement with a colorful dress in which she wanted to represent women and their struggle.


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From Jennifer Lopez to Gigi Hadid: The best (and worst) looks and dresses of the MET Gala 2021