Like every year, the Met Gala has come and gone, but the superstars that ruled the red carpet and their outrageous glam ensembles are still being discussed. Kim Kardashian, Zendaya, and Jennifer Lopez—some of the regular attendees—all made their arresting entrances.
The event this year also featured some fresh stars, such as Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse from Riverdale, Camila Mendes and her boyfriend Charles Melton, and Lana Condor. Even cosmetics expert James Charles received an invitation to what is likely the world’s most elite event.
James Charles’ Met Gala Outfit
James seizes every opportunity to share his experience because he is aware of how significant it is. But one particular remark James made has offended quite a few people. James Charles’ Met Gala outfit featured a see-through safety pin shirt that showed off his nipples, along with black satin Alexander Wang slacks.
In a post to his Instagram the day following the event, James flaunted his appearance. People are upset by what he wrote as the photo’s caption, though. James penned, “Thank you @youtube for inviting me and @alexanderwangny for clothing me for my first meet gala!
Honoured To Be Invited For Met Gala
Being invited to such a significant event as the ball is such an honour and a positive move for the depiction of influencers in the media, and I am so thrilled to be a catalyst. Coming tomorrow: a video!” His designation as “influencer representation” infuriated some individuals, to which one responded, “Ah, yes.
“Influencers,” a historically persecuted and marginalised class. “Hold on a second. James Charles really said, “A step forward in the correct direction for influencer representation in the media,” as if influencers were some kind of underrepresented group? one was furious.
Underrepresented Media Influencer.
There were, however, some supportive remarks, with many stating that influencers must work hard to obtain such a significant chance. One supporter remarked, “You deserve to be there,” and another added, “I’m so pleased of your improvement.” This is when the rage really started.”Ah, absolutely. “The ‘influencers’ are the historically persecuted and disenfranchised class,” stated Fran Tirado, editor of Out magazine.
I was shocked to learn that he believed he was an underrepresented media influencer. In many ways, having some YouTuber take pity on himself was a jab at the individuals who toiled away in the fashion industry and established careers to even get looked at twice for the Met Gala invitation list.
Not to mention the awful, off-theme attire he wore to this respected event. Each year, the Met Gala has a different theme; this year’s theme was “Camp.” It is absurd to compare Coachella to the Met gala because it appeared to be the same clothing the man wore to Coachella.
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The outcry was so severe that Charles had additional setbacks. Tati Westbrook, a prominent figure and Charles’ former tutor, published a video.
She attacks Charles for almost 40 minutes in the video, redefining his whole career and explaining why he has now been “cancelled.”Charles lost approximately three million YouTube followers after the video was published; this is a significant setback given that it is all he does for a living.