Grimes says her Met Gala mask was inspired by ‘Dune’

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“The Americans worked on the film so it fits the theme”

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Grimes has revealed what inspired the mask he wore to the Met Gala. Dune.

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the artist told the trend That she wore it to follow this year’s theme, ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’.

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“It’s kind of inspired by the movie Doon, Which is an American movie,” she explained. “The Americans worked on it, so it suits the theme.”

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Grimes went on to say that she was talking to the film’s producers about “hire me as a professional fan, or the like, an influencer or something”.

Describing the sword as part of his look, he told the publication: “It’s not a Sahara sword, I tried to take it and it’s not really a one-handed position. It dates from the late Middle Ages around 1400.” Around is based on a Western European sword.”

She said it is “a permanent piece” of the Met’s collection, and the sword is also cast from a Colt AR-15A3.

“It’s from these people who are getting people [guns] For those who don’t want to have their automatic rifles anymore, and melting them down and making them perfect replicas of medieval swords, which I think is great – I think it’s a beautiful thing. “

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in a four star review of Dunehandjob Granthshala wrote: “Average cinematographers might not have realized they needed to come back for another round – and there’s little about that DuneMarketing to help them twig.

“That said, the sheer ambition on display here means you’ll have to get a lot of bang for your buck.”

Dune It will release in UK cinemas on October 21 and in the US the next day.

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