What started out as an innocent question turned into so much more!
Ch-ch-check it out
Safe to say Gwynnie won't be attending this year's event, but that's okay, because there are plenty of celebrities eager to take her place.
But wanting to be there isn't going to be enough. Anna Wintour has reportedly RAISED the price of a ticket from $15,000 to $25,000 per person to keep the "riff-raff" out.
On top of that, she has final approval over the guest-list anyway, so even if someone, like Kris Jenner, for example, does fork over the cash, they still won't be getting in if La Wintour doesn't give the go-ahead.
So, who has been confirmed as a guest, you ask?
Well, we've got
Avert your eyes, Anna Wintour!!!
As we mentioned before, Chelsea Handler landed a cover and spread on Paper magazine’s spring issue. And while the photo shoot turned out fine, it’s her gut-wrenching interview that has everyone talking!!
The comedian got SUPER real about her thoughts on fashion, as well as her thoughts on fashion’s current queen — Vogue’s Anna Wintour.
Turns out she doesn’t think very highly of the industry OR Anna!
Chelsea’s feelings for fashion are as follows:
"I'm interested in looking good for me, but I'm not interested in going to a fashion show. It's not real. I went once last year with a boyfriend. I was like, 'This is the worst nightmare I could have ever been to.' I was embarrassed to be there."
While that statement alone could be enough to completely offend Miz Wintour (who probably spends more time attending fashion shows than anyone ever) Chels didn’t stop there.
She went as far as bashing
Now that the highly successful Met Gala and Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit is behind us, the Costume Institute is already planning for next year's show!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today the subject of next year's exhibit will be Charles James, "America's best-known couturier".
For those unfamiliar with James, he was a designer who
…But it was all in good fun!
After seeing the Roar-ing singer in the same Emanuel Ungaro leopard print dress she wore to the MET Gala, Coco took to Instagram and posted a (seemingly harmless) video joking about the wardrobe rewind:
Not that we doubted it or anything, but this year's Met Costume Institute exhibition was very popular with patrons!
It officially closed this week and approximately 442,350 people visited the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit, which is an additional 100,000 visitors more when compared to last year's Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations exhibit. That one only drew 339,838 peeps.
The punk-y exhibit lands in the top five of Met exhibits of the past 25 years, with the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibit still holding the top spot, followed by Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy, the Jackie O show in 2001, and the Chanel show in 2005.
[Image via Andres Otero/WENN.]