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Thursday, May 6, 2010

"Old Hollywood Glamour" Part II

As I saw earlier this week, The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened its newest exhibit, "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity", at the Costume Institute in New York.
Curator Andrew Bolton fashioned his exhibit to celebrate 4 decades of fashion. These decades were represented by the 'Gibson Girl", "Bohemian", "Flapper, and "Screen Siren".


Andrew Bolton












Curator Andrew Bolton with
Vogue Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and
GAP Executive Director Patrick Robinson































































































2 comments:

Ema Cuthbertson said...

Wow these dresses are fanstic i love them i wish i opened my clost and it was full of these.

would be fab , lovey blog great read.Please check out mine if you get a chance x

Liv said...

Such a beautiful exhibition. I wish I could have been there. Love your blog.

http://livs-loves.blogspot.com/

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