What is the dress code? Who gets to go? How much does it cost?
He liked dressing in caftans and fur, and dressing me down about my style.
With “In America” at the Met and “Christian Dior” at the Brooklyn Museum, our critics debate the nuances of showing fashion in art institutions, and find a depth of influence among young American designers.
This year’s theme was American Independence. Patriotism, pop culture and politics were in fashion, but to what end?
Who gets to go, what they might wear and how to watch.
As New York Fashion Week begins and the Met Gala returns, it’s time to confront the question of who gets to define a nation’s style — and whether anyone can.
This year’s Met Gala will be in September. The Costume Institute has announced its next big show. The subject: American style. Politics are involved.
Arizona has allowed its museums to remain open despite a deadly outbreak, while in cities and states with far fewer cases, the doors have been closed.
In celebrating the Met’s 150th anniversary, Andrew Bolton of the museum’s Costume Institute could not have designed a better show for this strange, complicated moment.