How Queens Attend Galas.

By now, I’m sure you’ve seen photos of Queen Lupita at the 2016 Met Gala.

Oh, you haven’t?

Why not?

No, we won’t go there. I’m here to help.

"Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology" Costume Institute Gala - Arrivals
Photo by Rabbani and Solimene Photography/Getty Images

Right? Are you still breathing? Let’s look at one more, shall we?

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If you look to the left of Lupita, that’s actor Nate Parker in the background, to the left, quite humorously and openly caught up in the rapture of the Queen.

Absolutely loving the glamour and grandeur and chocolateness and beauty and class and elegance of our lady. And that hair! I won’t discuss the foolishness of Vogue magazine crediting Lupita’s hairstyle to Audrey Hepburn and completely diminishing the distinctly African influences behind the style. Not worth my typing time. But trust and believe that our Lupita responded in her usual classy and direct way.

Happy Queen Monday, everyone…


4 Replies to “How Queens Attend Galas.”

  1. Yes… the clap back was definitely classy! Vogue. Puh! They’re funny. Smh.
    Welp, you know this is my girl and I had to stop what I was doing that very night and say my piece on le blog. Our Lupita! 😉

  2. Did you hear? Well, the Dictionary people at the Dictionary making place have now replaced the word “Regal” with the photograph above. She looked so amazing!

    She always knows how to respond gracefully when people underestimate her greatness. 😀

    Have a lovely weekend.

    1. I knew those dictionary people would restore my faith in them after that mind-boggling decision to include “bling” into the lexicon. LOL

      She is everything, isn’t she? 😊

      Enjoy your weekend, as well.

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