Met Gala 2019: Which A-listers will co-host with Anna Wintour?

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Artist Jane Kalowitz also created a series of limited-edition prints inspired by the likenesses of key camp figures, such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Susan Sontag and Oscar Wilde, which will retail for $2,000 a piece.

"Indeed the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration", wrote Sondag in the influential essay.

So, not exactly "camp" involving tents, sleeping bags, or s'mores - but campy fashion that exaggerates and is over the top - whether it's "pop camp, queer camp, high camp or political camp", Bolton told The Times.

Of course, the rumors have led to a chain of reactions from the singer's fans who believe there is no Met Gala without Rihanna. "I am strongly drawn to Camp, and nearly as strongly offended by it".

Whether or not Rihanna will be at tonight's gala, a look back at her Met looks proves she will still be the queen to beat when it comes to interpreting Met Gala fashion in the most effortless but stunning way. These A-listers are even expected to navigate themselves down the red carpet, up the famous MET stairs and inside the venue without their managers or publicists.

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The first Monday in May is here, meaning the Met Gala is just hours away! It was recently announced that Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds, who are now expecting their third child together, are on the committee for this year's 2019 Met Gala, taking place tomorrow, May 6.

Attending an event on Sunday evening, Lady Gaga was serving total camp, wearing a black and white striped dress from the Marc Jacobs fall 2019 collection, E!

The 33-year-old is one of the co-hosts of the 2019 Met Gala alongside Harry Styles, Anna Wintour, Gucci's Creative Director Alessandro Michele, and Serena Williams.

They're loaded and have access to some of the most influential designers in the world, so it legit baffles us when the KarJenners rock up every year in "fits that look like they'd be better placed at a dressy dinner party". However, Paltrow did make a return appearance in 2017 so clearly the boycott was short-lived. Remember Kylie's epic bathroom selfie in 2017 that almost broke the internet? As she counts days, we will keep you updating with the crucial deets of the fashion event.