Frank Ocean celebrated the American film industry with a surprise appearance at the Met Gala.
The “Pink + White” singer, who wore a black Prada sports jacket and pants, stood out with his creative accessories, which included an animatronic baby puppet painted in neon green, matching his buzz cut. Ocean posed for photos while carrying the baby on her hip, as the puppet waved to the crowd.
The “Thinkin Bout You” singer also wore a necklace from his new independent luxury company, Homer, and a black cap printed with the word Dreamcore and an image of a man fishing from the moon, similar to the DreamWorks Pictures logo. Her baby robot was decked out in a jumpsuit printed with a pattern from Homer’s selection of silk scarves.
Although there has been no word on the reclusive singer’s new music, Ocean is busy casting Homer, which “represents setting history in stone,” according to his website. The brand’s first collection included silk scarves and ‘fine and haute joaillerie’, featuring 18k gold, recycled sterling silver, hand-painted enamel and lab-grown American diamonds. .
Homer also released his previously teased collaboration with Prada last week, with Ocean’s brand reinventing the luxury house’s anorak, backpack and belt bag, adding a co-branded internal label. Ambassador Prada hinted on Instagram that the collection could be the first in a long series, writing: “PRADA 1 OF ??”
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In one month of August Financial Time interview, Ocean opened up about the journey that led him to found Homer. He also spoke about the future possibilities for blacks in the fashion industry.
“There are now opportunities for black people who weren’t always there for us,” he said. “I grew up in poverty. I’m grateful to my mom because she tried to expose me as much as she could about the bigger picture. I’m very lucky to be. someone who can make someone else feel like they have possibilities, and I think that will make art and fashion richer. “
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