Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a comeback at the Met Gala on Monday May 2 after almost 21 years. Clinton was seen on the star-studded 2022 Met Gala red carpet wearing a red satin gown.
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She kept her look simple for the night with downcast hair and lips that matched her dress. She paired her dress with a ruffled clutch. However, what caught everyone’s attention were the names embroidered on the royal duvet.
According to the New York Post, the dress was embroidered with the names of historic American women who inspired it. The beautiful script was central to the dress, with names like Madeline Albright, Abigail Adams, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Lady Bird Johnson and Clinton’s mother, Dorothy Rodham,
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Speaking of the dress, she told Vouge that designer Altuzarra’s handwriting was used to write the names of famous women in American history. The names were then hand-embroidered onto the brown robe.
This notably marked his return to the Met Gala after 21 years. The last time she walked the steps was in 2001. At the time, she was paying homage to Jackie Kennedy’s time as First Lady. On the red carpet, she interacted with journalist Hamish Bowles and “promised” that she would only come “every 20 years”.
While talking to Vanessa Hudgens and Bowles on the red carpet, Clinton said, “I think we’re all happy to be back together, supporting the museum and the costume institute, and celebrating America. Not just the fashion of America, but truly the spirit of America. »
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Speaking of the embroidery, Clinton said Altuzarra suggested the idea. She said: “I would have filled the whole dress, we decided to stay with women who were no longer with us. »
The gesture won over many fans on Twitter. Many took to the microblogging platform to praise Clinton, one tweet read, “Hillary Clinton is so beautiful.” Another added: “Heartfelt tribute.”