Sarah Jessica Parker's Met Gala Hat
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Sarah Jessica Parker's Met Gala Hat refers to an ornate headdress the actress wore to the 2015 Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala, for which the theme was "China: Through the Looking Glass." The hat's large and unique shape caused it to quickly be mocked online and spawned many photoshop edits.
Sarah Jessica Parker attended the Met Gala in 2015 in a dress of her own design (in partnership with H&M) and a custom Philip Treacy headdress. At 5:50 that evening, Twitter user JChiron18 tweeted a photo comparing the headdress to Aku, the villain from television series Samurai Jack, with the text "Who wore it better?" The tweet received 247 retweets and 158 favorites.
Who wore it better? pic.twitter.com/cWgSFy185Z— Jai Sophrosyne (@JChiron18) May 4, 2015
In the next twenty minutes, a variety of other Twitter users made similar comparisons, many of which received hundreds of retweets and favorites. User SartoriallyInc compared the headdress to Dragon Ball character Goku.
who wore it best? <a href="https://twitter.com/JChiron18/status/595359878127968258— L.A.S (@SartoriallyInc) "https://twitter.com/SartoriallyInc/status/595365395328012288/photo/1">May 4, 2015
Funny or Die posted a Photoshop edit on Instagram where the headdress was replaced with the flame emoji. In 24 hours, the post had received more than 1,600 likes.
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