One teen's prom dress brings up the question yet again.
The film is chock full of Anna Wintour quips, intimate celebrity moments and the surprising drama of mounting a record-breaking exhibit.
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It can be done right, but it's usually done very, very wrong.
The record-breaking exhibit closed Labor Day weekend with a final tally of 815,992 visitors.
It's part of a final push for the record-breaking Costume Institute exhibition, "China: Through the Looking Glass," which closes on Monday.
As of Sunday, 671,234 visitors have viewed the Met's latest Costume Institute exhibit.
Attendance is "pacing close" to the Costume Institute's most popular exhibit of all time, 2011's "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty," the museum said.
Named for Lewis Carroll's novel, the Metropolitan Museum of Art's latest exhibition focuses on the wide-reaching influence that Chinese art and film have had on Western fashion — even though the representation is often less than authentic.