Met Gala Documentary, 'The First Monday in May,' Goes Inside the Super Bowl of Fashion
By Rachel McRady
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“The Met Ball is the Super Bowl of social fashion events,”
Andre Leon Talley declares in the first trailer for the upcoming Met Gala
documentary, The First Monday in May.
The noteworthy, former Vogue contributor isn’t exaggerating.
The annual star-studded soiree saw its best attendance in 2015 with the theme, China: Through the Looking Glass. Documenting fashion’s biggest night is
director Andrew Rossi.
The documentary, which will premiere at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look into the production of the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit and the gala that goes along with its debut.
This new glimpse into the world of Anna Wintour comes almost
seven years after The September Issue documentary was released, detailing the
production of the September issue of Vogue. Both films heavily feature the
magazine’s editor in chief and Conde Nast Artistic Director.
“You need the mixture of art and commerce,” the British
editor says of the Met Gala in the trailer.
The film also shows the intricate balance required as designers work in tandem with the museum to bring the display
together while other assistants are coordinating the A-list guests.