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The Met Ball may be over, but still remnants of the big party are to be found in New York like swizzle sticks carelessly flung onto the floor. At Bergdorf Goodman for example, they've turned their entire back of Fifth Avenue windows into an ad for the Met exhibition and gala, whose theme is "The Model as Muse."
With each window representing an era of supermodels, we get everything from the swinging sixties fashion and Twiggy influence to a reproduction of the infamous Peter Lindbergh "The Wild Ones" photograph featuring all the top models of the early '90s looking pretty in punk. The latter window even sports Balmain paired with a motorcycle.
For a glimpse into the opulent windows without having to trek up to Fifth Avenue and 58th Street, check out our photo gallery above. If you can make it up there, however, we highly recommend it as massive window glare prevents us from capturing all elements of the awesomeness on display.
· In the Window: Bergdorf Is In Lanvin La La Land [Racked]
· Met Gala Coverage [Racked]