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The Met Gala, traditionally held on the first Monday in May, is the event hosting over 600 attendees such as celebrities, young creatives, and industry paragons each year. The annual benefit is always glitzy but this year’s Met Gala theme: "In America: An Anthology of Fashion," the invite-only event's white-tie dress code was "Gilded Glamor," which is a reference to the Gilded Age in the late 1800s and leaned more into the old American glamor.
Each year tells a story of innovation, ingenuity, and peak creativity that can be translated across industries.
Here’s our unique interpretation for hotel bathroom design.
First, let’s talk Gilded Glamor!
By definition: Gild·ed - /ˈɡildəd/ adjective
- covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint
With many celebrities, like Lizzo, Cardi B, Meghan Thee Stallion, and more wearing the head-turning color – Gold, in any hue, is timeless and adds bold cutting-edge design. More so, the combination of black and gold decor exudes luxury.
See Tokyo Matte Brass.
worn by the incomparable Blake Lively, was the tribute to New York’s Lady Liberty - unraveling a bronze gown into a vivid color of blue.
See our very own ode to NY, New York Peacock.
Lastly, but never regrettably - Black.
The color choice for all things sleek and sophisticated.
See London available in 8 color options.