Met Gala's iconic looks from 2019 with theme as Camp: Notes on Fashion

With the announcement of the theme for next year's Met Gala, here's a look at all the iconic looks from 2019.
Written By Rajeshwari Jagtap | Updated: November 10, 2019 09:57 IST
Met Gala's iconic looks from 2019 with theme as Camp: Notes on Fashion

With the reveal of the Met Gala 2020 theme, fashion enthusiasts can't keep calm. The next year's theme which is "About Time: Fashion and Duration" will surely bring us some unique and extraordinary looks from celebrities and we can't wait for 2020. Till then let's recap the most iconic look from last year's Met Gala.
 
The theme for 2019 was Camp: Notes on Fashion.
 
Lana Condor in Giambattista Valli Couture
 
Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell
 
Serena Williams in Versace
 
Billy Porter in The Blonds
 
Alessandro Michele and Harry Styles in Gucci
 
Kim Kardashian West in Mugler
 
Yara Shahidi in Prada
 
Lo in Versace
 
Kylie Jenner in Versace
 
Cole Sprouse & Lili Reinhart
 
Tessa Thompson in Chanel
 
Cardi B in Thom Browne
 
Anna Wintour in Chanel
 
Rachel Brosnahan in Erdem
 
Jared Leto in Gucci
 
Laverne Cox in Christian Siriano
 
Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas in Versace
 
Hailey Bieber in Alexander Wang
 
Katy Perry in Moschino
 
Saoirse Ronan in Gucci
 
Gigi Hadid in Michael Kors Collection
 
Regina Hall in Dapper Dan
 
Ashley Graham in Dapper Dan x Gucci
 
Kendall Jenner in Versace
 
Ezra Miller in Burberry
 
Charli XCX in Jean Paul Gaultier
 
Awkwafina in Altuzarra
 
Miley Cyrus in Saint Laurent
 
Hamish Bowles in Maison Margiela.
 
Liza Koshy in Balmain
 
Celine Dion in Oscar de la Renta
 
Janelle Monae in Christian Siriano
 
Winnie Harlow
 
Ciara in Dundas



Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 07, 2020 17:50 IST
Sushant Singh's Dil Bechara trailer beats Avengers Endgame record of maximum views & likes in 24hours

It's been a difficult year for Bollywood for having lost one of the most talented actors of the industry, Sushant Singh Rajput. The actor who made his debut with Kai Po Che had grown heaps and bounds in terms of his career. Soon after his movie MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Sushant became a megastar in the industry and was offered a plethora of big films. However, his fans are shocked to have witnessed this day where they are rooting for his last film, Dil Bechara. To honour his legacy, the trailer of Dil Bechara, which dropped yesterday, has the maximum likes and views in mere 24 hours.

 
The official trailer of the film has been largely viewed by his fans who all have immense love for the actor. This is why they have managed to break the record of the previously highly watched trailer of Avengers Endgame, a Hollywood superhero film. Yes, you read that right. Within 24 hours, the trailer has got more than 30 million views and 5.9 million likes on it. Dil Bechara is the official Hindi remake of the Hollywood film The Fault In Our Stars. Along with Sushant, it stars newcomer Sanjana Sanghi and has been directed by Mukesh Chabbra.
 
The movie will drop the digital platform Disney+ Hotstar on July 24. To honour the actor's legacy, the streaming platform has decided to release the movie for all their views subscribed and non-subscribed.

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 07, 2020 17:42 IST
Aashiqui actor Rahul Roy opens up about nepotism in Bollywood, says 'People give more respect to bigger stars'

Rahul Roy became the heartthrob of every girl after his romantic film Aashiqui released on big screens. Soon after that, however, the actor disappeared from the industry and never made a comeback. Opening up about his situation had he not taken a sabbatical, Rahul told a leading website, "What would have happened? I would be making a shitload of more money or would have been where my colleagues are? Isse jyada kya hota? Mera bank balance badhta and about stardom, everyone knew me globally, it is just that people give much more respect to the so called bigger stars my colleagues which they have earned it, no doubt but what more? Everyone's journey is different. I am not the one to regret."
 
He added, Of course, there are days when you remember that what if I had continued irrespective of hits or flops, maybe I would have been indifferent place, I agree and accept that but there is no need to regret because the 8-9 years I was away from cinema has also given me the depth and changed me as a person. And now the kind of films that will come, I am enjoying the cinema."
 
He further added about his views on nepotism and said, "I thrive on being the underdog. I think when you focus on your craft it is always good to surprise and bring so-called powers down with janta's verdict. This outsider label is not just in our industry, it is in every industry. So of course, these people of the industry, as they say, might get the opportunity but how many of them do we know did not reach the heights of their parents. Eventually, your craft, if you liked, no amount of followers can get you respect. Even if I do something wrong, I won't be spared. It doesn't really matter anymore."
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: July 07, 2020 17:06 IST
Adhyayan Suman reveals he's been a victim of Bollywood's power dynamics as his 14 films were shelved; Read on

Shekhar Suman's son Adhyayan Suman recalls his struggle with power dynamics in Bollywood. After actor Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide, the industry has come under the radar for possible malpractice with struggling actors. Adding his own experience to this, Adhyayan says, "Power dynamics and groupism are there in the industry since years. It happened to me too. My 14 films were shelved and the box-office collection of my films were projected wrongly."

 
He added, "People haven’t paid attention to this earlier. It’s very unfortunate that we required a Sushant Singh Rajput to commit suicide for people to realise. I am pretty sure that there might be some pressure as well even if it’s a suicide and not a murder. Because I understand the bigger you get here, they put the pressure on you and no one knows what their intentions are behind all these. It is very difficult to trust anybody in our industry.”
 
He further expressed his views on nepotism and said, "People who are blindly fighting or talking about nepotism, I would like to say ‘Don’t fight on nepotism but fight for groupism, camps that exist in the industry and the production houses that don’t allow talented actors in the industry. Ye industry kisi star kids ki mohtaz nahi hain. It’s a business proposition. If you are not No. 1 in the business, you are of no use. In this movie mafia, there are also outsiders who are manipulating so that new talent can’t come in the industry” adding,
 
“People are blaming the star kids which is not right. I am also a star kid but still am struggling and haven’t done a big banner film. People troll me saying that my dad has given me films. Where are these films?”

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