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Hosted by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, the annual event serves as a fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. It is considered one of the most exclusive events in the fashion calendar, with tickets starting at $35,000 each and a tightly controlled, invite-only guest list.
The four stars each shared the news on social media, with Gorman posting a four-way split image of the group alongside the caption, “Met Gala here we come,” adding that she was “honored to co-host alongside giants.”
Chalamet and Osaka meanwhile posted images of the Met’s famous stone stairs, where the event’s glamorous red carpet takes place, as well as images of their fellow co-chairs.
Eilish, who was recently revealed as British Vogue’s June cover star and is the youngest person ever to chair the annual fundraiser, posted an Instagram story with the message: “I’m a co-chair at the 2021 Met Gala AHHHHHH.”
The Met Gala is traditionally themed around the Costume Institute’s new exhibition, with September’s event pegged to “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion,” the first installment of a two-part exhibition show on American fashion. The evening benefit will then return in May for part two, titled “In America: An Anthology of Fashion.”
Chalamet and Eilish are known as two of Hollywood’s most exciting red carpet fixtures. i who famously has no stylist, is renowned for his sleek combination of avant-garde suit designs and streetwear, while Eilish’s oversized aesthetic has made her one of pop’s most talked-about style icons.
And though Gorman and Osaka made their names for poetry and tennis respectively, both have attracted attention in the fashion world.
The September event will mark the first time that either Chalamet, Gorman, Eilish or Osaka has appeared at the Met Gala.
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