Talk about a gala to remember: The Metropolitan Museum of Art just spilled the sartorial beans on next year's star-studded costume exhibition and also revealed the A-listers who will reign supreme as hosts in 2019.
Drumroll, please... Lady Gaga *and* Serena Williams have both been confirmed, in addition to Harry Styles. All three are known for pushing the envelope when it comes to red carpet fashion that's equal parts style, flair and over-the-top. (Hello, did you see Gaga at the London premiere for A Star Is Born?)
As for the theme, next year's exhibition is called: "Camp: Notes on Fashion." But, in this case, camp means fashion that's exaggerated and, according to The New York Times, it will draw inspiration from an essay written in 1964 by Susan Sontag that defined camp as the "love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration."
True, it's hard to up the ante on an event that last year saw Katy Perry arriving in her own popemobile, but with this hosting/costume theme combo, it's clear: Anna Wintour always finds a way.