Rosalía wore a long ‘Manila shawl’ in her debut at the MET gala

Spanish singer Rosalía She wore a red fringed ensemble inspired by the Manila shawl on Monday for her debut at the exclusive gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

“Is inspired by the Manila shawl, which is very popular in Spain. Look at these fringes! ”, Said the award-winning artist to the actress Keke Palmer, presenter of the event, about her groundbreaking image, signed by the designer Rick Owens.

Rosalía posed on the museum’s stairs wearing high platform boots with transparent heels, shorts and a top that wrapped around her shoulders like a Manila shawl, extending in a train of several meters adorned with fringes.

The Met Gala was still today an American fashion theme and the singer said she was “celebrating that there are many beautiful and incredible designers” in the country, of which she assured that Owens is her favorite and that is why she had chosen him for its premiere.

Rosalía was going to attend for the first time in May of last year the considered “party of the year” of celebrities in the United States, as she revealed then, but the pandemic forced the organizers to cancel it.

The Spanish, who has recently attended the Fashion Week from New York, was seen this Monday finally enjoying the charity event with models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid.

In his social networks, he showed in detail the “look” of the night and included a photo of Lola Flores in a white suit and a Manila shawl on the beach.

Rosalía received last night the award in the Latin category of the MTV VMA awards, which were held in Brooklyn, for her collaboration “Lo Vas a Olvidar” with Billie Eilish, although he was not present at the gala.

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