From Jennifer Lopez to AOC, Latinos Shine at the Met Gala 2021

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The famous gala at the Metropolitan Museum of New York, better known as the Met Gala, is a unique event for fashion lovers, as well as for those of us who enjoy watching the designs of our favorites from the couch, always waiting for those glimpses of irreverence from our favorite celebs.

This year we knew we were in for some surprises. Still, as always, our imaginations fell far short, especially with a theme as versatile as “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.”

Opening September 18, the exhibition will highlight everything from the luxurious ease of Halston’s ’70s glamour to Rodarte’s ethereal touch to Kerby Jean-Raymond’s powerful political vision for Pyer Moss.

From Jennifer Lopez to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, these were the Latinos que se comieron the Met Gala 2021.


The singer showed off his new look at the Met Gala 2021 in a western theme in Versace red. His ensemble consisted of two red two-pieces in faux fur, with rhinestone detailing.

Jennifer Lopez

Jlo attended her thirteenth Met Gala turning around a boring denim outfit with her sexy glamour. The 52-year-old singer arrived hand in hand with Ben Affleck and dazzled in a luxurious brown Ralph Lauren dress, her traditional plunging neckline, and a dark gray hat.

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Eiza Gonzalez

The Mexican actress paid tribute to Hollywood glamour at the Met Gala 2021 with a red Versace dress inspired by the 50s.

Camila Cabello

The singer wore a purple Michael Kors dress with sequins inspired by the seventies.


The Brazilian singer delighted us at the Met Gala 2021 with an outfit created by Peter Dundas, the new creative director of the Roberto Cavalli brand.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortéz

Perhaps our favorite surprise was the appearance at the Met Gala of Bronx representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortéz. In her first attendance at the event, the Democratic-Socialist congresswoman wore a white Brother Vellies gown, which read in thick red letters “tax the rich.”