Rihanna is “keeping it real simple” for the Met Gala this year



At a Los Angeles event on Friday to celebrate the introduction of her Fenty Beauty Soft’lit Foundation, Rihanna gave some teases about her much-anticipated Met Gala attire.

On the red carpet, the 36-year-old singer and beauty mogul said to Extra, “I’m actually just keeping it real simple this year.”

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“I believe it will depend on the effects of my hair and makeup,” she said. “I don’t know what I’m going to do with that, but we want to play with it.”

Rihanna frequently makes headlines and gains popularity on social media with her Met Gala choices. The diva wore a Valentino hooded gown with a long skirt train that was inspired by Chanel and adorned in camellia flowers to close out the Karl Lagerfeld-themed red carpet last year. In a nod to Lagerfeld, she completed the ensemble with gloves without fingers.

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The singer discussed her musical goals in an interview with Extra. “It will be incredible,” she informed the publication. “That’s the only reason it hasn’t been released yet—it has to be.”

Surely there ought to be evidence of progress? Later on, she went on. Rihanna also mentioned that she isn’t big on musical collaborations but feels they have to be “very intentional” when they do happen. “I want to play, and I feel like music is a playground, and I want to have fun with it and show truly where I am at,” she said.

Rihanna is keeping it real simple for the Met Gala this year

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City will host the 2024 Met Gala on May 6. “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion” is the theme of this year’s Costume Institute exhibition, and Chris Hemsworth, Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny, and Zendaya will be hosting the event.

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Inspired by a short tale by J.G. Ballard, “The Garden of Time” is the dress code for the event. Anna Wintour of Vogue has also stated that attendees’ attire need to evoke a sense of “fleeting beauty.”