Instagram's Met Gala After-Party Was Glitz And Glamour

Instagram's Met Gala After-Party Was Glitz And Glamour

Instagram's Met Gala After-Party Was Glitz And Glamour

The biggest names in fashion and pop-culture danced the night away at one of the Met Gala's most exclusive celebrations

The biggest names in fashion and pop-culture danced the night away at one of the Met Gala's most exclusive celebrations

Text: Anika Ljung

There is no shortage of celebrity-studded after parties following the Met Gala, and Instagram hosted one to remember. With performances by SZA and DJs Coco and Breezy and Anderson .Paak, the James B. Duke House on the Upper East Side was transformed into a gilded glamour getaway, with chandeliers, elaborate lighting, and plenty of gold detailing to go around.

Instagram sponsored The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit, In America: An Anthology of Fashion on Monday, May 2, co-chaired by Regina King, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and honorary chairs Adam Mosseri, Tom Ford, and Anna Wintour.

“I cannot wait to see how this exhibit will inspire and shape the next generation of designers, artists, filmmakers, and more. And for Instagram to be the place where those untold stories can come to light and push culture forward,” said Eva Chen, Vice President of Fashion & Shopping Partnerships at Instagram, on Monday evening.

Immediately following the Gala's culmination, Instagram welcomed attendees, creators, and table guests alike to their official after party in the Gilded Age-themed mansion. A-listers included Andrew Garfield, Anthony Raimos, Aquaria, Awkwafina, Brad Mondo, Chloe Kim, Coco & Breezy, Colton Haynes, Daniel Roseberry, Deon Hilton, Dove Cameron, Eva Chen, Indria Scott, Mayor Eric Adams, Odell Beckham Jr., Parker Kit Hill, Peter Do,  Sabrina Carpenter, Sai de Silva, Sarah Hoover, Ty Sunderland, and more.

Credits: Images courtesy of Madison McGaw / BFA and Angela Pham / BFApartycelebri

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