Frank Ocean put the highlight on himself at Monday’s Met Gala in Manhattan when he arrived cradling an eerie robotic baby in his arms.
The 33-year-old pop auteur opted for a nondescript largely black look, although he had his quick hair dyed green to match his diminutive plus one.
The singer was returning to the vogue occasion after the 2020 Met Gala was canceled on account of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which additionally postponed this yr’s version.
Tickets for 2: Frank Ocean, 33, had an odd plus one for Monday’s Met Gala in Manhattan — a lime green robotic baby that moved in his arms
Frank had on a black suede Prada vest and a low-key jacket from the identical vogue home, in addition to matching black denims.
He wore easy black leather-based sneakers and contrasted the darkish shade scheme with a white T-shirt peaking out above his vest.
The Sweet Life singer wore a thick chain of silver and diamonds round his neck from his luxurious model Homer, and he additionally wore diamond earrings.
But it was his baseball cap which will have supplied a clue about his weird companion.
Simple: Frank had on a black suede Prada vest and a low-key jacket from the identical vogue home, in addition to matching black denims
His personal label: The Sweet Life singer wore a thick chain of silver and diamonds round his neck from his luxurious model Homer
Clues? He wore a ‘DreamCore’ hat modeled off the DreamWorks movie studio brand. It might reference an eerie faculty of dream-like TikTok movies, which might match completely with the unusual baby
Frank had on a navy blue hat with the DreamWorks movie studio brand, nevertheless it learn ‘DreamCore’ as an alternative.
The time period describes a TikTok aesthetic in which social media stars created sometimes-disturbing movies that play on each nostalgia and off-kilter dream logic.
His animatronic baby would definitely match in to any video produced in the model
Frank’s companion had pale green pores and skin, and it was lined in a brown-and-black patterned onesie from Homer.
The machine was seen shifting its arms whereas Frank held it, and it additionally had glassy shifting eyeballs.
Seeing green: Frank confirmed off dyed-green hair to match the baby, which wore a onesie from his Homer label. He reportedly cooed and spoke to the baby on the purple carpet
It’s alive! Photos posted to his Instagram account, Frank pictured himself shirtless whereas the robot appeared to face behind him and gaze upward with its disturbing smile
Nap time: Another man was additionally seen holding the doll, which now had its eyes closed
Photos posted to his Instagram account, Frank pictured himself shirtless whereas the robot appeared to face behind him and gaze upward with its disturbing smile.
Another man was additionally seen holding the doll, which now had its eyes closed.
The Super Rich Kids singer gave his three million followers a nearer look at his freshly dyed green hair as he puffed out his lips.
He ought to off the accomplished look minus the baby in a low-key rest room selfie.
Attendees at the Met Gala this yr are required to be totally vaccinated in opposition to Covid-19.
‘Currently, all attendees at The Met Gala on September 13 should present proof of full vaccination and also will be anticipated to put on masks indoors besides when consuming or ingesting,’ a spokesperson for The Met stated final month.
Frank confirmed off his masks in a relaxed rest room selfie that seemed to be taken at the Met.
New ‘do: The Super Rich Kids singer gave his three million followers a nearer look at his freshly dyed green hair as he puffed out his lips
Following the guidelines: Met gala attendees must be vaccinated and masked. He confirmed off his masks in the rest room
The theme is In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, although the musician hasn’t all the time adopted the theme intently.
During the 2019 ceremony, which was constructed round the idea of ‘camp,’ he wore a practically similar black Prada outfit as this yr.
This yr’s gala shall be a extra intimate affair, to be adopted by a bigger one on May 2, 2022. Both will launch a two-part exhibition, a survey of American vogue to be on view for nearly a yr.
In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, opening Sept. 18, will rejoice the seventy fifth anniversary of the museum’s Costume Institute and ‘discover a fashionable vocabulary of American vogue,’ the spokesperson added.
Part two, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, will open in the museum’s well-liked American Wing interval rooms on May 5, 2022, and can discover American vogue, with collaborations with movie administrators, by ‘presenting narratives that relate to the complicated and layered histories of these areas.’ Both elements will shut on Sept. 5, 2022.