MIAMI.- Just two months before the Met Gala, the guest list for the important fashion event is still unknown. However, rumors say that this year the list will be more exclusive, so the sisters kardashians– Jenner might not be invited.
According to Page Six, sources close to Anna Wintour say that the editor has expressed her intention not to invite the most iconic family on television. The editor of Vogue magazine is in charge of selecting prominent figures that will be invited to the gala.
Presumably the reason for this consideration is that this year, the Met Gala seeks to be a more exclusive gathering.
Last year was the first time that Kris Jenner and her five daughters, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie, attended together.
If true, none of the socialites and businesswomen, mainly Kim and Kendall, who for many years was the muse of this edition’s honoree, will be able to pay tribute to Karl Lagerfeld.
However, the Kardashian-Jenners would not be the only ones to run the risk of not saying present at the expected gala. According to the same medium, the invitations of Emma Chamberlain, James Charles and Addison Rae are also being evaluated.
Until now, the information has not been denied and the reasons why the organizers are carrying out the supposed cut in guests have not been given.
As every year, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York refines the details for the celebration of the MET Gala 2023. And this Wednesday they announced the hosts of the event, celebrities in charge of receiving the guests of this edition.
The singer Dua Lipa, the actresses Michaela Coel and Penélope Cruz, and the tennis player and businessman Roger Federer, will be the co-hosts of this event to benefit the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
This year, the exhibition will pay tribute to the designer Karl Lagerfeld, who died in February 2019. The event will be called Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty, and focuses on his work in fashion for major brands such as Chanel, Fendi and Chloe.
The exhibition will show more than 150 outfits created by Lagerfeld. It also explores the artist’s creativity from the 1950s to his latest collections in 2019. Likewise, pieces by the designer will also be seen during his time at the Balmain and Patou firms.