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Met Gala Fashion in Two Words: Silver Metallic

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As always, the glitterati interpreted the Met Gala's fashion theme in their own way. And this year's show--Manus x Machina: … [Read more...]

Where to Watch Tonight’s Met Gala, Plus Exhibition Sneak Peek

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Not invited to tonight's Met Gala, where the world's largest and most fashionable stars will dress to the theme of Manus x … [Read more...]

‘The First Monday in May’ to Open Next Week

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On Wednesday, April 13, Magnolia Pictures' fashion documentary The First Monday in May will open the Tribeca Film Festival  before … [Read more...]

Met Announces Technology + Fashion Theme for 2016’s Costume Exhibit

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Fashion and art continue to merge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, where the annual spring exhibit (coupled … [Read more...]

Last Chance to See “China: Through the Looking Glass”

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These are the final weeks to see China: Through the Looking Glass at the Metropolitan Museum of Art before it closes on September … [Read more...]

Costume Institute’s to Focus on Fashion Icon Jacqueline de Ribes

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New York--The Costume Institute’s Fall 2015 exhibition, Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style, will focus on the internationally … [Read more...]

“China: Through the Looking Glass” Opens This Week

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True to its name, "China: Through the Looking Glass," opening May 7th at the Met's Costume Institute in collaboration with the … [Read more...]

Fashion Industry Eagerly Awaits ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’ and Met Gala

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Fashion royalty and A-list celebs are certainly planning their Chinese-inspired outfits to wear on the Met Gala's Red Carpet May … [Read more...]

“Kimono: A Modern History” at the Met is a Textile Extravaganza

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New York--With so much Asian influence in fashion now, particularly Japanese-styled obi-sashes, kimono wraps and Far Eastern … [Read more...]

Met’s Costume Institute Analyzes Mourning Attire

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New York—You might be wearing your chicest black fall ensemble while reading this article, but if you lived around 1815 to 1915, … [Read more...]

LIM to Host Now & Then Fashion Conference, Preview of Met’s Costume Institute Records

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New York—The past, present, and future of fashion will be examined in an upcoming conference hosted by LIM College.Entitled … [Read more...]

Metropolitan Museum to Salute Chinese Art, Fashion at Costume Institute

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New York–Greater China and Asia are hot! It’s not just a matter of economics either. The Spring runways featured an array of … [Read more...]