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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Camp Notes on Fashion Part 3

I don't know how I managed to pull this off, but Anna Wintour and the head of Gucci Alessandro Michele at the photo op at the end of the press event. 
The press event is filled with so many fashion editors, writers. It is a people watching gem of a few hours. 
Alessandro Michele, the head designer for Gucci 
The colors here were just fantastic, such a cool way to display the fashion 
This was just quite the Bob Mackie design for Cher. He just won another Tony for the costumes for the Broadway show about Cher. A very, very talented man. 




Liberace was a bit much for me but this jumpsuit was cool to see in person 


So. Much. Fun. 



The Bjork dress in white but I am quite fond of the black one too! 














Jeremy Scott tv dinner dress - look at the pat of butter? 
Loved these and the middle one is by Gucci 










I hope you enjoyed these posts on this most luxurious exhibit at the Met Museum. Be sure to check it out in person as you will be highly entertained! 

Camp: Notes on Fashion
Metropolitan Museum of Art
May 9 to September 8, 2019

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Camp Notes on Fashion Part 2

The press event is always interesting to attend, I remember the first time I saw Bill Cunningham walking around taking photographs and I felt so excited. 
It is awesome to be in the Met when it is closed to the public, they do have before hour tours which I would highly recommend. 
This was hard to photograph as inside glass but I think it came out well. Love the butterflies! 

How do you walk in this gown? Very slowly, I would imagine. 


All of the headpieces were made by Stephen Jones, the most famous milliner from England. Each one compliments the designs so perfectly. 




So much fun, right ? 
Left: Walter Van Beirendonck (Belgian, born 1957). Ensemble, spring/summer 2009. Courtesy of Walter Van Beirendonck. Right: Vivienne Westwood (British, born 1941). Ensemble, fall/winter 1989–90. Courtesy of Vivienne Westwood Archive. 







Just what every Italian girl needs, a prosciutto dress by Jeremy Scott !
I loved these displays 
Probably one of my favorites and I can see these being worn on many people. Just beautiful. 




Camp: Notes on Fashion
Metropolitan Museum of Art
May 9 to September 8, 2019

Sunday – Thursday: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Open Seven Days a Week


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