Photos – Met’s Costume Institute – Rei Kawakubo

Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute debuted it’s Spring 2017 Exhibit on the avant-garde work of Rei Kawakubo. I appreciate fashion as wearable art.  But, when something looks like wadded diapers, is that art?  And, it’s a recurring theme. Some of Read More …

Photos – Met’s Costume Institute – Manus X Machina – Part 2

More photos from the Met’s Costume Institute – Manus X Machina.  Be sure to take a look at my photos from last year’s exhibit China: Through the Looking Glass. All photos taken with Canon PowerShot G7 X   Met’s Costume Institute Read More …

Met’s Costume Institute – China: Through the Looking Glass – Part 1 – Reds

The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art debuted its most impressive exhibition since Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty. The new show is China: Through the Looking Glass and explores the impact of Chinese aesthetics on Western fashion. The Costume Read More …

Met’s Costume Institute – China: Through the Looking Glass – Part 2 – Blues

While there are stunning pieces throughout the Met’s China: Through the Looking Glass exhibition, my favorites were the pieces inspired by Ming vases.  The whole room glows in cobalt.  Each piece is faithfully inspired and stunning. All photos taken with Canon G7 Read More …