The Only Thing Dreamier Than Florence Welch's Dress During Her Virtual Met Performance Is Her Wallpaper
Florence Welch was the star of the show during Vogue's virtual event A Moment With the Met, which streamed exclusively on YouTube. Since The Costume Institute's spring 2020 Met Gala exhibition "About Time: Fashion and Duration" is postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the magazine honored the first Monday in May with a live streaming digital fashion event. Along with fundraising for the Met's Costume Institute and the CFDA's A Common Thread initiative, Vogue is encouraging viewers to make a donation if possible.
After a message from Vogue's editor in chief, Anna Wintour, Florence came on the screen to sing "You've Got the Love" in a beige silk gown that had a bow accent. The singer accessorized the long-sleeved dress with a bunch of gold rings and tied her hair up in an elegant braid crown. While she was singing, we also got a glimpse of Florence's house, and we couldn't help but stare at the gorgeous wallpaper she was standing in front of. The dreamy wallpaper featured drawings of different types of trees, swans, and reindeer all next to a lake. It was the perfect backdrop to show off her angelic voice. Keep reading to get a closer look at Florence's outfit — and interior — ahead.