Thursday, May 7, 2020

The Met Costume Institute Exhibits 2016 to 2019


We are back for the next group of exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 2016 to 2019. The links are below which takes you to the full review if you wish to see more of one exhibit. I really tried to pick a favorite, but I just cannot. They are all fantastic and I was thrilled to be able to view them in person. 


This was breathtaking in person 


The ultimate Chanel wedding gown




So much beauty and detail 







Since I love color, this was just a very big favorite 

Anna Wintour 





LOVED this 








I couldn't stop photographing this one 

Caroline Kennedy at the press event was pretty neat 





Quite a headpiece! 



Just gorgeous 





How great is the angel and that blue dress to the right ? 


I just loved everything about this and of course it is from Karl Lagerfeld 








Anyone looking for a meat dress ? 


Last year's exhibit had lots of whimsy which was fun 



Bob Mackie for Cher, but you knew that already, right ? 






Bjork's famous swan dress 




This was just too much to handle! A tv dinner dress 

So gorgeous 


                                                             A penny for your thoughts ?



Anna Wintour along with the head of Gucci, Alessandro Michele pose for photographs 



I really hope you enjoyed this fashion trip down memory lane. I myself am very anxious to get back to the city and visit the Met as well as all the other fabulous museums. It may be very different, but, we will still be able to enjoy the art and learn as we always did. I am counting the days for sure!


The Costume Institute's spring 2020 exhibition will trace a century and a half of fashion—from 1870 to the present—along a disruptive timeline, on the occasion of The Met's 150th anniversary. Employing Henri Bergson's concept of la durĂ©e (duration), it will explore how clothes generate temporal associations that conflate past, present, and future. Virginia Woolf will serve as the "ghost narrator" of the exhibition.


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