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The Alexander McQueen show might be spectacular, but it's also sure to be mobbed. Starting May 17, crowd-phobic fashion fans can skip the Costume Institute for Chelsea's Danziger Projects gallery, which is dedicating an exhibit to frequent McQueen model Kate Moss. The show features work by photographers like Chuck Close, Annie Leibovitz, Glen Luchford, Mert & Marcus, Terry Richardson, David Sims, Marios Sorrenti & Testino, Juergen Teller, Inez & Vinoodh, and Bruce Weber, not to mention early Moss shots by Corinne Day from 1988. [Elle]