Day At The Museum
The Met’s taking a deep dive into how it acquired its biggest pieces.
Check out its Olympics-inspired collection.
She served as inspiration to novelist Marcel Proust.
Wrapped in plastic, it's fantastic!
Alexander McQueen, Maison Martin Margiela, and more.
"What needs to go into museums is stuff that isn't boring."
'Uniformity' will debut in May.
You know them individually, but collectively, they were a force to be reckoned with.
Manus x Machina opens on May 5th, but hype for the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit begins now
See the socialite's personal archives up close and personal before Sunday.
It's digitizing everything from Rosie the Riveter's jumpsuit to Candice Bergen's ballgown.
It'll focus on how Vreeland, editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe shaped the publication in the 20th century.
'Denim: Fashion's Frontier' at The Museum at FIT doesn't fully unravel the mysteries behind jeans, but it's nonetheless informative and entertaining
So fairy tales do come true.
From Levi's to the runway and everything in between.
The fashion college's homage to the nightlife queen is one of its most exciting exhibits yet.
She'll be at the museum tomorrow afternoon.
Don't miss the opportunity to check it out (or visit again).
It just eclipsed "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" as the Costume Institute's most-attended exhibit ever.
It's really close to surpassing "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty."
It's about "anthropomorphism and the aesethics of cuteness," or something.
The perfect Summer Friday activity.
A first look at the Jacqueline de Ribes exhibit coming to the Met's Costume Institute.
The show's on pace to break the attendance record of the McQueen retrospective.
A retrospective on the designer is scheduled for 2016.
Fashion's major cities are about to get some competition.