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Anna Wintour and her daughter Bee Shaffer dazzled on the red carpet at the Met Gala on Monday evening, but the fashionable mother-daughter duo opted for two very different outfits.
The Vogue editor-in-chief recently hinted that her outfit would feature 'millions of feathers,' and she wasn't joking. The 69-year-old fashion icon wore a flamingo-inspired pink and black feather cape over pink floral beaded gown by Chanel.
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Meanwhile, Shaffer, 31, was joined by her Italian husband Francesco Carrozzini on the red carpet, where she modeled a sleek black suit adorned with a large red satin rose and matching train.
Both mother and daughter looked stunning while showing off their unique interpretations of this year's Met Gala theme, 'Camp: Notes on Fashion,' which is a nod to Susan Sontag's 1964 essay 'Notes on "Camp."'
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In the essay, the writer explains 'the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.'
Wintour's version of 'camp' was undoubtedly sophisticated, and her feathered cape was what added some edge to her otherwise elegant outfit.
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It appears as though the editor took inspiration from the flamingo head piece designed by Stephen Jones, which is displayed in the exhibit.
Shaffer alternated between posing for photos with her mother per tradition and her husband, who is the son of the late Italian Vogue editor Franca Sozzani.
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Carrozzini, 36, looked dapper in a gray double-breasted suit featuring black lapels, which he paired with a black bowtie.
Earlier in the day, Wintour opted to wear funky mixed prints to preview the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new Costume Institute exhibition on Monday ahead of the star-studded gala.
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The editor, who has chaired the black-tie fundraiser since 1995, was joined by one of her co-chairs, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele, while touring the 'Camp: Notes on Fashion' exhibit.
Wintour, who is...
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