Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan is not one to mince her words. From speaking about pay parity to swatting away trolls for having an opinion of her choice of names for her sons Taimur Ali Khan and Jeh Ali Khan, Kareena sure knows how to speak her mind. Not just this, Kareena also seems to be quite opinionated when it comes to fashion. A fashion icon herself, Kareena, who has an impeccable sense of style, recently expressed her displeasure upon seeing American reality TV star and beauty mogul Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala 2021 look.
Kareena Kapoor Khan took to her Instagram Stories to share Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala 2021 look and wrote alongside it, “Kya ho raha hai (What is happening?).” She added a face without a mouth and a woozy face emoji in her caption.
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For the unversed, American reality TV star Kim Kardashian hogged the limelight with her undercover look at the Met Gala 2021. On Tuesday, she attended the red carpet covering up her face in an all-black head-to-toe Balenciaga ensemble including balaclava.
Kim wore the outfit designed by creative director Demna Gvasalia for the Paris-based high-fashion label. She was basically dressed in a black T-shirt dress over a curve T-shirt with a bodysuit. For her hairstyle, she chose to sport a ponytail featuring extensions that hung down below her derriere.
Kim’s look, however, received mixed reactions from the social media users. “That’s how you make an entry. Kim killing it,” a user commented. “I’m starting to think she has a pimple she wants to hide and this is her ‘fashion’ way of doing it,” a Twitter user quipped.
The invitation-only Met Gala is a fundraising benefit for New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and also marks the opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibition which this year is titled “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion”. This year’s event was co-chaired by red carpet staple and Oscar nominee Timothee Chalamet, Grammy winner Billie Eilish, tennis pro Naomi Osaka and poet Amanda Gorman. Met Gala was delayed from its usual scheduled date on the first Monday in May after last year’s was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Guests were required to provide proof of vaccination and wear masks at all times, except for when drinking and eating.