#MetHeavenlyBodies: Fashion is religion for Met Gala’s 2018 exhibition

This spring, on the 7th of May 2018, the celebrities will gather to pray on the Met Gala’s red carpet. Christened “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” the new, and probably iconic,  Costume Institute’s spring 2018 exhibition. Read more

Watch André Leon Talley’s Met Gala star-studded interviews

“The Met Gala wrapped up on Monday, but we’re still thinking about fashion’s biggest night of the year” says Vogue of the event that conquered the headlines thanks to Anna Wintour’s on-going struggle to fuse fashion with art.

Thankfully for those who want to live the event in all it’s star-studded glory there is a slice of glossy IQ in Vogue’s exclusive video interviews from inside the event with Vogue Contributing Editor André Leon Talley.

“It has become tradition that before the evening’s guests make their way up the stairs of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, they first have to stop and chat with our intrepid reporter, who, for the record, has been a Met Ball regular since 1974” therefore enter the void of celebrity and fashion with Talley’s questions.

Watch Anna Wintour, Katie Holmes, Zac Posen, Rihanna,  Anna Cleveland and more on what Met Gala’s avant-garde fest is about. Needless to mention that every one crowned Rihanna as the Queen of the Red Carpet once again.


Gregory Masouras will change the way you look at fashion. Forever

If fashion industry needs humour a certain Greek illustrator will provide. Under his #AnimationInReality Instagram series Gregory Masouras reimagines the Disney universe in pure fashion terms.
In his very popular images, the Athens-based illustrator features beloved Disney princesses, old-school and new-gen alike, Vogue covers. Masouras has given Met Gala photos some animated oomph -e.g. Gigi Hadid moonlighting as Sleeping Beauty or Kimye recast as Jasmine and Aladdin- and he is bold enough to tweak fashion campaigns -e.g. Olivier Rousteing’s #BalmainArmy. Read more

Rei Kawakubo is this year’s Met Gala legend

As predicted by Suzy Menkes during Paris Fashion Week (following the presence of both Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue, and Andrew Bolton, curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, at the Comme des Garçons show), Rei Kawakubo is designer to aspire in the upcoming Met Gala. Read more

Into Manus X Machina, Met’s must-see fashion exhibition of the season

With more than 170 ensembles dating from the early 20th century to the present, the Costume Institute’s spring 2016 exhibition Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology will explore how fashion designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear. Read more

The Best Looks at the Met Gala demand your attention

“It can be hard, in the moment of red carpet jockeying, to remember that the Met Gala is not in fact an award show, but a fundraiser for a museum” said The Cut’s Veronique Hyland of the event that “makes the Oscars look like child’s play”, literally.
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