Rosalía debuts at the MET with a fringed look … inspired by Lola Flores!

The rumors have been confirmed, the Spanish presence in the gala MET 2021 is named after Rosalía. The singer, who a few days ago traveled to New York to attend the Thom Browne show, has been one of the guests at this exclusive date with fashion, where the stairs of the Metropolitan Museum in New York become the most anticipated red carpet it’s from the season. As rumored over a year ago, the singer was going to attend the gala for the first time in the 2020 edition, finally canceled because of the coronavirus crisis. Despite the fact that the capacity has been reduced and the list of attendees has had to be shortened, the Catalan, always in favor of using the wardrobe as another tool with which to express herself, has been able to become one of the protagonists of the night with his spectacular debut on the red carpet, and he has done it by paying homage to one of the most famous Spanish artists in history: Lola Flores.

Rosalía MET gala

The theme of this edition In America: A Lexicon of Fashion has left us a great presence of designs devised by American creatives. It has also been the case of the Spanish, who has opted for a look from the American Rick Owens. The singer of Linda has complied with the dress code of the celebration but his style reflects a clear nod to Spain. As she herself has explained, the design has been tailored and is inspired by a Manila shawl, as well as the flamenco looks that Lola Flores wore. Rosalía has shared several photographs of the style on her profile and has finished by comparing it with one that the iconic artist wore. It is made up of high-waisted shorts to which a several-meter-long cape topped by fringes is added, a bet inspired by a shawl that Rosalía wears knotted in the chest area, giving rise to a flattering Bardot neckline.

Rosalía MET gala

The proposal incorporates long gloves, a complement present in many of the looks of the evening’s guests. Of course, a design that did not hide Rosalía’s already characteristic nails. Completing the ensemble, he has once again relied on platform boots, a model in the same wine-colored tone of the dress that incorporates a transparent heel several centimeters high. For give all the prominence to the locker room, Rosalía has opted this time for a discreet makeup, a washed face effect beauty look that highlights natural beauty. Nor has he wanted to experiment with the hairstyle and has put aside the extravagance to which he has used us on some occasions to show off his hair in the air. A meaningful debut that has already become one of the artist’s most talked about red carpet looks.

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