The fashion world is in the spotlight and the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute becomes the most desirable catwalk for the supermodels and celebrities. Celebrating the opening of Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, in New York city, the stars showed off incredible outfits designed specially for the event. Check our selection of best dressed and get a glimpse of what happens when fashion and religion meet.
One of the main fashion events of the year, one of the most awaited, one of the most creative, is taking place in fabulous New York – The Met Gala party at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, opening the exhibition of the Costume Institute. Not only we can’t ignore such an event but it is a time where new collaborations and ideas come to light. This time, for the FIRST TIME ever in these historic walls, there is a beauty brand who […]
The long-awaited exhibition of the Costume Institute in the Metropolitan Museum of Art opens on this Thursday, May 10. For those of you who are now in New York this is not an event to miss. The exhibition was organized in cooperation with the Vatican, so visitors will be able to take a look, for the first time in history, at the papal wardrobe, which until now has never left Vatican. “As a curator, you are always interested in what drives […]
New York – this one of a kind city hosts countless splendid art exhibitions. The one I want to bring to your attention is “China: Through The Looking Glass“, featuring haute couture designs inspired by the magical Chinese tradition, sculptures and a range of films. I’m not sure if it’s still on, so, here is a glimpse of some of the gorgeous itmes on display, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
As we were saying in a previous post, Victoria & Alber Museum prepared to host one of the most anticipated exhibition – the evolution of Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty Exhibition. The museum finally opened its doors and as we step foot inside we are welcomed by the designer’s words – “London is where I was brought up. It’s where my heart is and where I get my inspiration.“ From the first London room, displaying his earliest work, we enter Savage Mind, a space dedicated to his […]
Charles James ( 1906 – 1978 ), British born designer, is known as “America’s First Couturier”. The Met is dedicating an exhibition to his great talent and fashion sense – Charles James : Beyond Fashion – open to public the 8 of May. Splendid vintage gowns of the designer will be on display, tribute to his highly structured aesthetic and the mastery of cutting. The visitors will be able to enjoy an exhibition of elegant dresses of an exquisite execution […]
Would there even be a Met Gala without Sarah Jessica Parker? A fashion icon that never disappoints her audience, this year she opted for a look that screams the so much-loved Carrie Bradshaw – a stunning gown by Oscar de la Renta, a love affair of Sarah in Sex and The City, as well as in her real life. She made a grand entrance on the red carpet in this black and ivory dress, with a very elaborate design on […]
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The Alexander McQueen : Savage Beauty exhibition is coming to London. The V&A announced tonight that it will host the exhibition from March 14 to July 19 2015. The tickets can be bought already starting tomorrow 10 am or from the site www.vam.ac.uk/savagebeauty and it will cost £16 to visit. The collection covers McQueen‘s career from his 1992 MA graduated show until his unfinished show in Fall/Winter 2010 – Swarovski partnered with V&A in bringing Alexander McQueen : Savage Beauty to London, the […]
If you are behind with the Christmas gifts here is a collection of 15 coffee table books, exploring the world of precious gem stones from Cartier refined style to Bulgari opulence and Indian priceless stones. A perfect gift for the beauty lovers! Sapphires from Sri Lanka, diamonds from Golconda and engraved emeralds, this breathtaking book of condensed luxury, published by Assouline, retraces four centuries of Indian history through the astounding jewelry collection of Sheikh Hamad. Beyond Extravagance – A Royal […]
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