The untold American fashion history you need to know
Museums have long presented a white-centric perspective on fashion. The Met's upcoming exhibition offers the perfect opportunity to change that.
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This time, she was inspired by the museum’s upcoming jewelry exhibition.
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You can also take a tour of The Met’s conservation department or watch an animated film about the history of Ferragamo heels.
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Donors and the New York City health commissioner have called on the Met to make sure no one — no matter how famous or well-dressed — lights up in the loo.
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The brains behind Comme des Garçons wasn’t interested in a retrospective, she’s more concerned with what’s next.
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Rei Kawakubo was present and silent at the press conference for Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between.
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10 things we learned from the designer’s talk at The Met last night, including why he has a crush on Tom Ford, and what he thinks about fashion’s diversity problem.
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One of the industry's most elusive designers might have her talent exhibited to the masses.
early unseen diane arbus photographs arrive at the met
A new show opening today at the Met Breuer explores the first decade of the iconic photographer’s career, tracing how the New York City native developed her dark and distinctive approach to capturing her hometown’s strange magic.
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British artist Cornelia Parker recreated the decrepit mansion from Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic thriller, and it’s now sitting atop the country’s largest art institution.