Every year, the Met Gala celebrates a specific theme that celebrities have to get costume tailored gowns and suits for, in order to keep up. This year’s theme is by far the most controversial, by all means: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & the Catholic Imagination”. Nope, the religious theme is not weird at all…The red carpet was infused with looks inspired by Joan of Arc, the Pope, and even Jesus himself! massive headpieces could literally be spotted everywhere. Some celebrities didn’t bother to put in too much effort, others truly went over the top to standout but and fortunately, some just NAILED it! Here’s a list of those who successfully matched this year’s theme and at the same time, proved that they’re indeed, true fashion icons:
15. Amal Clooney
Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn.
14. Jared Leto
Jared Leto in Gucci.
13. Katy Perry
Katy Perry in Versace.
12. Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez in Balmain.
11. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian in Versace.
10. Chadwick Boseman
Chadwick Boseman in Versace.
9. Rosie Huntington Whiteley
Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Ralph Lauren.
8. Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan in Virgil Abloh.
7. Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande in Vera Wang.
6. Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra in Ralph Lauren.
5. Gigi Hadid
Gigi Hadid in Versace.
4. Olivia Munn
Olivia Munn in H&M.
Rihanna in Maison Margiela.
Zendaya in Versace.
1. Blake Lively
Blake Lively in Versace.
Fabrica’s ‘Queen Tribute’ Wins Best Music Video Award at MoziMotion in Netherlands
Egypt’s musical theater company Fabrica has won ‘Best Music Video‘ award for their ‘Mercury Rising: A Queen Tribute’ during the ninth edition of the MoziMotion Film Festival in the Netherlands.
The music video was released earlier in January following the release of “Bohemian Rhapsody” movie, the video was directed by Mohamed Koushi with the art direction and choreography of Omar Warda.
Music arrangement was prepared by Mohab Kaddah and it featured Fabrica’s singers: Alia Khaled, Nardine Reda, Farida Tamer; altos Hana Afifi, Laila Ashraf, Nathalie Alain; Ali Ballout, Adel Badawy, Omar Warda; basses Amir Zarkani, Mohab Kaddah and Mina Sami.
“What captured everybody’s attention was – and it shows that they’re theatre actors – the first, I would say, 90% of the first, it’s a continuous camera roll, it’s a one take. You go all the way to the end and if you mess up, you’ve got to start all over again.” said Ruben Kazantsev, MoziMotion co-founder.
The ninth edition of the festival began on October 5th and concluded last night, after hitting a new record of 4,000 participating films from more than 100 countries.
The Egyptian Medical Syndicate Elects For the First Time a Female Chairperson
Dr. Sherina Ghaleb, Cairo University Forensic Medicine and Toxicology professor has made history by becoming the very first woman to be elected for the position of chairperson of the Egyptian Doctors Syndicate.
The midterm elections of the syndicate took place on Friday under the supervision of the National Authority of Administrative Prosecution, the election selected a chairperson and board members.
Dr Ghaleb has led so far an impressive medical career, serving as Vice President of the Islamic Countries Forensic Medicine Organization and Secretary General of the Arab Union of Forensics and Toxicology. She also served as President of the International Association of Law and Forensic Sciences and is one of the founding members of the Royal College of Physicians’ Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine in London.
Egyptian Movie ‘Leil Khargy’ Wins Best Film at Malmo Arab Film Festival in Sweden
The Egyptian movie Exterior/ Nigh ‘Leil Khargy‘ won the ‘Best Film’ award in the feature competition at Malmo Arab Film Festival in Sweden.
The movie is directed by Ahmed Abdalla and starsSherif Desouky, Karim Kassem, Mona Hala, Basma, Ahmed Malek, and Ahmed Magdy. The comedy drama follows the lives of Toto who is a sex worked, Moe, a playboy and an Islamic cab driver called Mostafa.
The three of them walk a journey of life-changing events and faces different facets of life in Cairo, as they face uttering situations of sexism and classism. This is an attempt of the director’s vision of portraying the complex life and picture of human of Cairo.
The opening ceremony of Malmo Arab Film Festival’s ninth edition took place on October 4 and concluded yesterday night with the awards granting ceremony.
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