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

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