Anna Wintour's Favorite Outfits From The 2018 Met Gala

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The artistic director of Conde Naste, Anna Wintour, is recovering from the 2018 Met Gala's celebration of fashion inspired by the Catholic Church.

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9 May 2018




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Jane Smith
Jane Smith 4 yıl önce
I think that Anna Wintour should do more press about the Met Gala and her exclusive fashion events because I never know why she does these events and I am interested in fashion. I would love to know why she does the thing that she does. Because she is the high priestess of fashion and the ultimate cool girl. Also, I love that they didn't mention Kim Kardashian for best dressed because she wasn't.
Zedfinite 4 yıl önce
Once you get past her face-melting, cold, heartless burns, she's actually quite cute.
Alina Lewis
Alina Lewis 4 yıl önce
Anna is so well spoken and precise. I could listen to her for hours.
Hector Merc
Hector Merc 2 yıl önce
“You’re like a hot water bottle “ wow let’s start with awkwardness.
spaceboy2095 4 yıl önce
For someone with so much power in the fashion industry, she looks quite shy...
Margareth Houghton
Margareth Houghton 4 yıl önce
I don't understand why people are still writing so mean comment how she is cruel and devil. I know that some people know 'her' just from The devil wears Prada. But they were watching this interview and she was in my opinion so sweet. Also is it just me or she now smiles more often? Its beautiful to see her smile.
angelisoncrack 4 yıl önce
Hands down, my favorite outfit was Zendaya’s. After that, it would be Anna and Rihanna themselves. I was just in love with the coloring and metallic feel of all their outfits.
Mary Clark
Mary Clark Yıl önce
This year was probably my favorite of the Met - Rihanna always brings it,
Anvesha Acharya
Anvesha Acharya 4 yıl önce
The Devil Wears Prada is actually accurate. She is so intimidating omg but at the same time I'm in awe of her. She just seems so determined and poised and that's definitely why she is the high priestess of fashion. Wow.
Jess Creedon
Jess Creedon 4 yıl önce
She's honestly one of the most iconic people of the century, her attributes to fashion, journalism and pop culture as a whole are so superior
Anastasiya VKundieva
Have to admit I expected her to be so different. She is nice, kind of shy, and in a skit with Seth Meyers really funny.
Love these interviews with her. She's very likeable.
Haley G
Haley G 4 yıl önce
Zendaya's was amazing. So creative and beautiful. Joan of arc powerful woman vibes, killing it.
Ceecee 2017
Ceecee 2017 Yıl önce
I saw that exhibition at Met! It was unforgettable - never seen a fashion exehibition like that. Absolutely fabulous!
kristi.s 4 yıl önce
Anna Wintour, the queen of where everyone sits is going down. The fashion is gonna be on the streets. It's gonna be more conscious, more different and freed from brands. Anna, imagine the future and run faster.
Eevee P 🐣
Eevee P 🐣 4 yıl önce
She is so classy and amazing. I could listen to her talk for hours.
dandygirl6 4 yıl önce
Anna was really lovely in this interview because she is talking about something she clearly loves and is happy in it's recent success. I feel I am a similar character.
Blair Comptons
Blair Comptons 3 yıl önce
Honestly she seems a lot nicer and down-to-earth than what the media or many people portray her as. Yes, she can be quite the “devil wears Prada” type of woman, but that’s because fashion is a serious industry. She’s one of the most powerful and prominent fashion icons and politicians - of course she’s REALLY bound to mean business. But if one looks BEYOND her cold gestures and her shades, she’s fun, genuine, and down to earth, like in this interview, and she really is one of those people that you could get in a deep conversation with and discuss new ideas and dreams (just look at her interview with Meryl Streep)
Rebecca Hopkins
Rebecca Hopkins 2 yıl önce
That necklace she has on is to die for. Omg it’s gorgeous and contains so many precious gems. It’s really a stunning piece.
Sylla Atlas
Sylla Atlas 4 yıl önce
In the end, Zendaya and Cara Delevingne were best dressed. There is a fine line between being in a theme and dressing as a theme. Rihanna will forever be the queen of the Met Gala for her 2015 and 2017 looks, but her look this year was like dressing up for Halloween. It was like “what is the theme? Alright, I’ll dress like that, and as exuberant as possible, so everyone sees me.” This is what Lagerfeld managed not to do with Chanel: falling into the clichés. Because then it’s just costuming, and not really dressing for a theme. At the Met, you can ask for the best high fashion there is, round looks, that are thought out and on point to the last curl of hair. Looks that embody quality, real style. Last year and in 2015, Rihanna did that. She wore great clothes, perfect looks, and original touches. Gigi Hadid’s look from last year is another perfect example: the train being in diagonal with the side of her head where the hair was let loose, and on the other just the leg with, in diagonal, sleek back hair and no sleeve. Everything was calculated, the colours, the roundness, it was such a perfect look. But this year, Rihanna was just a girl on a costume party. And don’t get me started on those other people who now have extremely lots of money, and buy the most expensive things what have no style whatsoever. The cheapness was popping, indeed. But then, this year, and last year, Zendaya and Cara really killed it. Zendaya is the one I adore because she always is so refreshingly creative. Changing hair, people’s perceptions, not portraying a theme, but a philosophy, a way of being, a certain type of person she embodies that evening, and has her own story, beauty, opinions, life. She will never follow the rules, and still forever be superior to all those celebrities who pay for followers. Cara, on the other hand, is extremely bold. Her 2017 silver skull look was certainly the best red carpet look I’ve ever seen. She just always is so intriguing, because though we don’t know what she wears, we always stop because it is beautiful, as strange as it may seem. Cara’s look this year was just as good: extremely freeing, showing lots of skin, but everything under a net, actually not showing anything, being very “catholic”. Sad, that Anna isn’t seeing the best dressed.
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