Posts Tagged ‘The Metropolitan Museum of Art’

Hamish Bowles Inks New Book – Takes Readers to the Met


Vogue’s illustrious editor Hamish Bowles is known for traveling to extraordinary places and covering global fashion–always in the utmost of style. He’s the epitome of a Lives of Style fashion arbiter. Bowles, who, in addition to serving as the Editor-at-large for the American edition of Vogue, curated the highly acclaimed Balenciaga exhibits at the Queen Sofía Spanish Institute in New York [...]

Vogue’s 2014 Costume Institute Benefit Set to Open New Anna Wintour Costume Center!


Better known as the Met Ball, this year’s highly regarded New York event—on May 5 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art—will feature First Lady Michelle Obama cutting the opening ribbon for the Met’s new Anna Wintour Costume Center. Hosted by Vogue- the magazine that named Obama “The First Lady of Fashion,” this year’s gala will [...]

Immortality in Fashion: “Punk’s Not Dead”


If a picture is worth a thousand words, then fashion is a never-ending story. This Spring 2013, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will transcend language to literally show the (fashion) world that punk’s not dead. “Punk: From Chaos to Couture” will kick off with the annual Met Gala on May 6, 2013. Organized by The [...]

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