The 2020 Met Gala has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak across the country and throughout the world.
"Due to the unavoidable and responsible decision by the Metropolitan Museum to close its doors, About Time, and the opening night gala will be postponed to a later date," Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour wrote in May letter.
The decision to postpone comes right after the CDC advised the country to keep large gatherings to 50 or less.
She also used to letter urging for the ouster of President Trump, and an endorsement of former vice president, Joe Biden.
"Like everyone else, I have been experiencing this COVID-19 crisis as a series of hurtling developments, where one never knows quite what each new day will bring. Through it all one fact, however, remains stubbornly unchanged: President Trump," she wrote.
"I, like so many of us, have been appalled by how he has responded to the pandemic—the optimistic and fact-free assurances that all will be fine, the chaotic implementation of travel bans and claims about a "foreign virus," the narcissistic ease with which he has passed blame to others, his dishonesty with the American people, and worst of all, his shocking lack of empathy and compassion for those who are suffering and fearful. Meanwhile, his administration has been unforgivably slow to provide testing, and to mobilize treatment to all who will need it. These weeks have been a reminder—as if we needed a reminder—that America must choose a new president."