The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
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Here's hoping for a "timeless" red carpet.
See the Costume Institute's highly anticipated landmark exhibit before it opens to the public on Thursday.
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The accompanying exhibition will feature garments borrowed from the Vatican, as well as designer pieces informed by Catholic aesthetics.
The Costume Institute curator and avant-garde designer were "always at odds," Bolton claimed.
And is a "love poem" to former head curator Harold Koda.
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The Costume Institute's landmark exhibit of the year opens to the public Thursday.
According to the latest 'Vogue' podcast, Swift took those Vetements boots from the shoot home with her so, between that and the bleached hair, it sounds like she's heeding Wintour's advice.
The film is chock full of Anna Wintour quips, intimate celebrity moments and the surprising drama of mounting a record-breaking exhibit.
Head curator Andrew Bolton explains how the Met's next fashion exhibit will seek to reconcile the oppositional relationship between the hand (manus) and the machine (machina).
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He will succeed his colleague Harold Koda, who will retire in January 2016.
With only a few days left before the record breaking exhibit "China: Through the Looking Glass" closes on Monday, the 'Vogue' editor joined Costume Institute Curator Andrew Bolton for a book signing at the museum.
She discussed her most memorable fashion and costume moments with Hamish Bowles, who apparently missed the uproar over her latest 'Vogue' Cover.
In a talk at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Monday evening, Wintour spoke about that kontroversial cover, the (ignored) advice she gives to designers and Oscar de la Renta's last words to her daughter, Bee.