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The Metropolitan Museum of Art + The Met Costume Institute announced the 2020 theme for next year’s Met Gala – ABOUT TIME: FASHION and DURATION. The Met Gala Benefit will be on May 4 (the 1st Monday in May) with Co-Chairs Nicolas Ghesquière Creative Director of Louis Vuitton, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, and Anna Wintour. To learn more about the annual Met Gala Benefit, we recommend watching The First Monday In May on Amazon Prime – check it out here. The exhibition ‘About Time: Fashion & Duration’ will run from May 7 to September 7, 2020 at The Met Fifth Avenue, in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall. 2020 will also celebrate The Met’s 150th anniversary with a dynamic range of exhibitions, programs, and public events. Highlights for the year-long 150th-anniversary celebration will include the exhibition ‘Making The Met, 1870–2020,’ on view March 30–August 2 – read more details below.

 

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Costume Institute’s Spring 2020 Exhibition to Present a Disruptive Timeline of Fashion History

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Image: Surreal, David Bailey (British, born 1938), 1980; Photo © David Bailey

Costume Institute Benefit on May 4 with Co-Chairs Nicolas Ghesquière, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, and Anna Wintour

Exhibition Dates: May 7–September 7, 2020
Member Previews: May 5–May 6, 2020
Exhibition Location: The Met Fifth Avenue, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall, Floor 2

 

(New York, November 7, 2019)—The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that The Costume Institute’s spring 2020 exhibition will be About Time: Fashion and Duration, on view from May 7 through September 7, 2020 (preceded on May 4 by The Costume Institute Benefit). Presented in The Met Fifth Avenue’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall, it will trace more than a century and a half of fashion, from 1870 to the present, along a disruptive timeline, as part of the Museum’s 150th anniversary celebration. Employing philosopher Henri Bergson’s concept of la durée—time that flows, accumulates, and is indivisible—the exhibition will explore how clothes generate temporal associations that conflate the past, present, and future. The concept will also be examined through the writings of Virginia Woolf, who will serve as the “ghost narrator” of the exhibition. Michael Cunningham, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel The Hours, which was inspired by Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, will write a new short story for the exhibition catalogue that reflects on the concept of duration.

 

The exhibition is made possible by Louis Vuitton.

 

Additional support is provided by Condé Nast.

 

“This exhibition will consider the ephemeral nature of fashion, employing flashbacks and fast-forwards to reveal how it can be both linear and cyclical,” said Max Hollein, Director of The Met. “As such, the show will present a nuanced continuum of fashion over the Museum’s 150-year history.”

 

Andrew Bolton, Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute, said: “Fashion is indelibly connected to time.  It not only reflects and represents the spirit of the times, but it also changes and develops with the times, serving as an especially sensitive and accurate timepiece. Through a series of chronologies, the exhibition will use the concept of duration to analyze the temporal twists and turns of fashion history.”

 

In celebration of the opening, The Costume Institute Benefit, also known as The Met Gala, will take place on Monday, May 4, 2020.  The evening’s co-chairs will be Nicolas Ghesquière, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, and Anna Wintour. The event is The Costume Institute’s main source of annual funding for exhibitions, publications, acquisitions, and capital improvements.

 

Exhibition Overview
The exhibition will feature approximately 160 examples of women’s fashion dating from 1870—the year of The Met’s founding and the start of a decade that witnessed the development of a standardized time system—to the present. The majority of objects in the show will come from The Costume Institute’s collection, including gifts made as part of The Met’s 2020 Collections Initiative in celebration of the Museum’s 150th anniversary.

 

A linear chronology of fashion comprised predominantly of ensembles in black will run through the exhibition reflecting the progressive timescale of modernity, and bringing into focus the fast, fleeting rhythm of fashion. Unlike traditional chronologies, which reduce the history of fashion to a limited number of decade-defining silhouettes, this timeline will be presented as a ceaseless continuum that is more complete and comprehensive in scope.  Interrupting this timeline will be a series of counter-chronologies composed of predominantly white ensembles that pre-date or post-date those in black, but relate to one another through shape, motif, material, pattern, technique, or decoration. For example, a black silk faille princess-line dress from the late 1870s will be paired with an Alexander McQueen “Bumster” skirt from 1995, and a black silk velvet bustle ensemble from the mid-1880s will be juxtaposed with a Comme des Garçons “Body Meets Dress – Dress Meets Body” dress from 1997.

 

The exhibition will conclude with a section on the future of fashion, linking the concept of duration to debates about longevity and sustainability.

 

Credits
The exhibition is organized by Andrew Bolton with support from Amanda Garfinkel, Assistant Curator, and Jan Reeder, Curatorial Consultant. Visual artist and stage designer Es Devlin, known for creating large-scale performative sculptures and environments that fuse light, music, and language, will create the exhibition design with The Met’s Design Department. Landscape architect Miranda Brooks will consult on The Met Gala décor with Raul Avila, who has produced the décor since 2007.

 

Related Content
A publication by Andrew Bolton will accompany the exhibition and feature a new short story by Michael Cunningham. Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s novels Orlando and Mrs. Dalloway, the story will recount a day in the life of a woman while evoking a span of 150 years, a duration the reader understands through changes of clothes and circumstance. The publication will be designed by Joseph Logan, and will include new photography by Nicholas Alan Cope.  It will be published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and distributed by Yale University Press.  

 

A special feature on the Museum’s website, www.metmuseum.org/AboutTime, provides further information about the exhibition. Follow us on Facebook.com/metmuseum, Instagram.com/metmuseum, and Twitter.com/metmuseum to join the conversation about the exhibition and gala.  Use #MetAboutTime, #CostumeInstitute, @MetCostumeInstitute, and #MetGala on Instagram and Twitter.

 

About The Met’s 150th Anniversary
In 2020, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will celebrate the 150th anniversary of its founding with a dynamic range of exhibitions, programs, and public events. Highlights of the year will include the exhibition Making The Met, 1870–2020, on view March 30–August 2; the opening of the newly renovated and reimagined galleries devoted to British decorative arts and design in March; the display of new gifts throughout the Museum; a three-day-long celebration in June; and a story-collecting initiative. More information is available at metmuseum.org/150 and in a dedicated press release.

 

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November 7, 2019

Image: Surreal, David Bailey (British, born 1938), 1980; Photo © David Bailey

 

 

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– The MET – Monet: Bouquet of Sunflowers Art Set
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– The MET – Venus Pearl Silver Drop Earrings, Black/White
– The MET – Metropolitan Museum Journal: Volume 52, 2017
– The MET – Venus Pearl Drop Earrings, Large Black/White
– The MET – Metropolitan Museum Journal: Volume 53, 2018
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– The MET – Lilac Clematis Pendant Necklace
– The MET – Butterflies Scarf
– The MET – Rosary Trio Charm Bracelet
– The MET – Qing Textiles Canapé Plate Set
– The MET – Unicorn Horn Hoop Earrings, Small
– The MET – American Star Drop Necklace
– The MET – New Kingdom Knot Stud Earrings
– The MET – Cliffhanger Marble Run
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– The MET – Statuette of a Hippopotamus Sculpture
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– The MET – American Art Pottery: The Robert A. Ellison Jr. Collection
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– The MET – Ballerina Doll and Invitation to Ballet Book
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– The MET – Vincent van Gogh: Wheat Field with Cypresses Poster
– The MET – Van Gogh Irises Placemats
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– The MET – David Hockney: Mount Fuji and Flowers Poster
– The MET – Jackson Pollock: Number 28, 1950 Poster
– The MET – Sargent Madame X Coin Purse
– The MET – Wave Pattern Placemats
– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Dragonflies Correspondence Cards
– The MET – Met Sketches: Three Graces Bud Vase
– The MET – Unicorn Ornament
– The MET – Van Gogh Self-Portrait Coin Purse
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– The MET – Cat Face Shoe Ornament
– The MET – The Met NYC Baby Socks Set
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– The MET – Wildflowers Placemats Set
– The MET – Red Stiletto Pump Shoe Ornament
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– The MET – Dehn Spring in Central Park Umbrella
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– The MET – Gustav Klimt Action Figure
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– The MET – Peony Etched Double Old-Fashioned Glass
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– The MET – Claude Monet Action Figure
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– The MET – Floral Still Lifes Coasters
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– The MET – Signs & Symbols
– The MET – Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the In-Between
– The MET – Met Sketches: Kid’s Apron
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– The MET – Vintage New York Pop-Up Notecards
– The MET – Audubon Birds Pop-Up Cards
– The MET – Angel Tree 3D Advent Calendar
– The MET – Mondrian Composition Perpetual Calendar
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– The MET – Van Gogh Self-Portrait Zip Pouch
– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Peonies Neckerchief
– The MET – Salvador Dalí Artist Mug
– The MET – Monet Water Lilies Neckerchief
– The MET – Birds of a Feather: Joseph Cornell’s Homage to Juan Gris
– The MET – Klimt Mäda Primavesi Zip Pouch
– The MET – Statue of Liberty Neckerchief
– The MET – Pablo Picasso Artist Mug
– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany View of Oyster Bay Neckerchief
– The MET – Fairytale Unicorn Teething Toy
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– The MET – Anna Wintour Zip Pouch
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– The MET – Holiday Cards Collector’s Pack – Religious
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– The MET – Delacroix Basket of Flowers Neckerchief
– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Peony Neckerchief
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– The MET – Hokusai: The Great Wave Desk Sketchpad
– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Lamps Domed Magnets
– The MET – Van Gogh Irises Covered Mug with Tea Infuser
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– The MET – The Three Graces Flask
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– The MET – 18th-Century French Fan Postcards
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– The MET – Masterpieces Deluxe Engagement Calendar 2020
– The MET – Fruits and Flowers Deluxe Engagement Calendar 2020
– The MET – Make Your Own Mini Erasers
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– The MET – Met Sketches: Easel Ornament, The Great Wave
– The MET – Met Sketches: Three Graces Ornament
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– The MET – Met Sketches: Easel Ornament, Water Lilies
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– The MET – Met Sketches Catchall Trinket Tray
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– The MET – Egyptian Scarab Mini Sculpture
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– The MET – Degas Dancer Felt Ornament
– The MET – Met Sketches: Christmas Cookie Plate
– The MET – Vintage Met Logos Limited-Edition Enamel Pin Set
– The MET – Celestial Animals Limited-Edition Enamel Pin Set
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– The MET – Support The Met
– The MET – Empire State Building Earrings
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– The MET – Floral Quatrefoil Roundelette
– The MET – Unicorn Felt Ornament
– The MET – Statue of Liberty Patch
– The MET – Klee Eggs and the Good Roast Tray
– The MET – Artist Palette Felt Ornament
– The MET – Knight in Armor Felt Ornament
– The MET – Journal Craft Kit
– The MET – Five Hundred Buildings of New York
– The MET – Toy Shop Pop-Up Advent Calendar
– The MET – Norman Rockwell Pop-Up Advent Calendar
– The MET – Art of Wine Engagement Calendar 2020
– The MET – Wildflowers Tea Towel
– The MET – Butterflies Tea Towel
– The MET – Van Gogh Self-Portrait Puzzle
– The MET – Masters of Deception: Escher, Dalí & the Artists of Optical Illusion
– The MET – Origami: Inspired by Japanese Prints from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
– The MET – Hokusai Great Wave Tea Towel
– The MET – French Bouquets Plexi Desk Calendar 2020
– The MET – Met Sketches: Met Fifth Avenue Tea Towel
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– The MET – Camp Bandana Card Case
– The MET – National Geographic Kids My First Atlas of the World
– The MET – How to Read Art: A Crash Course
– The MET – French Bouquets Journal
– The MET – 18th-Century Portuguese Embellished Journal
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– The MET – Van Gogh Irises Journal
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– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Favrile Journal
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– The MET – 18th-Century Scrolls Embellished Journal Large
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– The MET – Statue of Liberty Journal
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– The MET – Louis C. Tiffany Favrile Tall Pocket Calendar 2020
– The MET – Procaccini: Madonna and Child Holiday Cards
– The MET – Gordon: Madonna of the Flowers Holiday Cards
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– The MET – Artist Palette Catchall Trinket Tray
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– The MET – Botanical Illustration Plate, Snowball
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– The MET – Klimt: Tree of Life Holiday Cards
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– The MET – The Met Fifth Avenue Panoramic Postcard Pack
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– The MET – Rockwell: Home for Christmas Holiday Cards
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– The MET – Japanese Wave Pattern Small Bowl
– The MET – Qing Flowers Canapé Plate
– The MET – William Men’s Socks
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– The MET – Japanese Prints Journal
– The MET – Earle: Rooftop Santa Pop-Up Cards
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– The MET – Heraldic Shields Men’s Socks
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– The MET – Moon 100-Piece Puzzle
– The MET – A Year of Impressionism Desk Calendar 2020
– The MET – Apollo’s Muse Collage Tote
– The MET – Be Yourself Canvas Tote
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– The MET – Museum Colors
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– The MET – Cats Magnetic Bookmarks
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– The MET – Degas Performers Magnetic Bookmarks
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– The MET – Apollo CSM with LM 3D Metal Model Kit
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– The MET – Gift & Creative Papers: Chinese Patterns
– The MET – Giftwrap: Art Deco
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– The MET – Butterflies Notecards
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METGALA + METCAMP = METFAB

This year’s MetGala theme was CAMP: Notes on Fashion based on the 1964 original essay by Susan Sontag – Notes on “Camp” – absolutely binge-worthy and our coverage is far from over. We’ll keep updating w/ top looks, new IGTV’s + additional coverage.

The MetCAMP trend is fresh, futuristic + forward-thinking; Camp promises designers ample space to capture ethereal inspirations of their brand’s DNA + personal style. Camp allows us to indulge in what its spirit designates – accentuating the nature of the design creating captivating moments on the Pink Carpet. Our FAVORITE MetGala theme thus far – BRAVO!

Anna Wintour won us over with the BEST DRESSED award – a custom couture creation by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel. We are working on a new IGTV listing our top 30 looks of the night – stay tuned!

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Camp: Notes on Fashion 

Exhibition Overview


“The historical journey is thoroughly engaging. . . . you don’t stop thinking about it. It sticks with you and niggles in the brain.” —New York Times

“A high-ceilinged, over-the-rainbow extravaganza” —Wall Street Journal

“The exhibition’s expressions of humor and joy are sure to delight” —Washington Post

“Just might top 2018’s extravaganza. . . . focused and cleverly thought out, offering an instructive journey. . . . entertaining and educative . . . the attentive visitor will relish in the many sensibilities of camp” —Independent



On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 999

 

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Camp

Costume Institute Benefit on May 6 with Co-Chairs Lady Gaga, Alessandro Michele, Harry Styles, Serena Williams, and Anna Wintour

The Costume Institute’s spring 2019 exhibition, Camp: Notes on Fashion (on view from May 9 through September 8, 2019, and preceded on May 6 by The Costume Institute Benefit), explores the origins of camp’s exuberant aesthetic and how the sensibility evolved from a place of marginality to become an important influence on mainstream culture. Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on ‘Camp’” provides the framework for the exhibition, which examines how fashion designers have used their métier as a vehicle to engage with camp in a myriad of compelling, humorous, and sometimes incongruous ways.

The exhibition is made possible by Gucci.

Additional support is provided by Condé Nast.

“Camp’s disruptive nature and subversion of modern aesthetic values has often been trivialized, but this exhibition reveals that it has had a profound influence on both high art and popular culture,” said Max Hollein, Director of The Met. “By tracing its evolution and highlighting its defining elements, the show embodies the ironic sensibilities of this audacious style, challenges conventional understandings of beauty and taste, and establishes the critical role that this important genre has played in the history of art and fashion.”

In celebration of the opening, The Costume Institute Benefit—also known as The Met Gala—takes place on Monday, May 6.  The evening’s co-chairs are Lady Gaga, Alessandro Michele, Harry Styles, Serena Williams, and Anna Wintour.  The event is The Costume Institute’s main source of annual funding for exhibitions, publications, acquisitions, and capital improvements.

“Fashion is the most overt and enduring conduit of the camp aesthetic,” said Andrew Bolton, Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute. “Effectively illustrating Sontag’s ‘Notes on “Camp,”’ the exhibition advances creative and critical dialogue about the ongoing and ever-evolving impact of camp on fashion.”

Exhibition Overview
The exhibition features approximately 250 objects, including womenswear and menswear, as well as sculptures, paintings, and drawings dating from the 17th century to the present. The show’s opening section positions Versailles as a “camp Eden” and address the concept of se camper—“to posture boldly”—in the royal courts of Louis XIV and Louis XV.  It then focuses on the figure of the dandy as a “camp ideal” and traces camp’s origins to the queer subcultures of Europe and America in the late 19thand early 20th centuries.  In her essay, Sontag defined camp as an aesthetic and outlined its primary characteristics. The second section of the exhibition is devoted to how these elements—which include irony, humor, parody, pastiche, artifice, theatricality, and exaggeration—are expressed in fashion.

Designers whose work is on view in the exhibition include Virgil Abloh (for Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh); Giorgio Armani (for Armani Privé); Manish Arora; Ashish; Christopher Bailey (for Burberry); Cristóbal Balenciaga; Thom Browne; Sarah Burton (for Alexander McQueen); Jean-Charles de Castelbajac; Antonio del Castillo (for Lanvin-Castillo);  Dapper Dan (for Gucci); Christian Dior; Salvatore Ferragamo; John Galliano (for Maison Margiela, House of Dior, and John Galliano); Jean Paul Gaultier; Nicolas Ghesquière (for Louis Vuitton); Odile Gilbert (for Jean Paul Gaultier); Edda Gimnes and Manuel Vadillo (for EDDA); Molly Goddard; Bertrand Guyon (for House of Schiaparelli); Demna Gvasalia (for Balenciaga and VETEMENTS); Johnson Hartig (for Libertine); Deirdre Hawken; Pam Hogg; Marc Jacobs; Rossella Jardini (for House of Moschino); Stephen Jones (for Giles Deacon, John Galliano, and House of Schiaparelli); Christopher Kane; Patrick Kelly; Ada Kokosar; Christian Lacroix; Karl Lagerfeld (for House of Chanel and Chloé); Mary Katrantzou; Rei Kawakubo (for Comme des Garçons); Tomo Koizumi; Bob Mackie; Martin Margiela; Stella McCartney (for Chloé); Alexander McQueen (for Givenchy); Alessandro Michele (for Gucci); Edward Molyneux; Erdem Moralioglu (for Erdem); Franco Moschino; Thierry Mugler; Alejandro Goméz Palomo (for Palomo Spain); JiSun Park and KyuYong Shin (for Blindness); Marjan Pejoski; Phoebe Philo (for Céline); Paul Poiret; Gareth Pugh; Richard Quinn; Traver Rains and Richie Rich (for Heatherette); Zandra Rhodes; William Dill-Russell; Yves Saint Laurent; Elsa Schiaparelli; Jeremy Scott (for Moschino and Jeremy Scott); Hedi Slimane (for Saint Laurent); Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren (for Viktor & Rolf); Anna Sui; Jun Takahashi (for Undercover); Michael Travis; Philip Treacy; Giambattista Valli; Walter Van Beirendonck; Patric DiCaprio, Claire Sullivan, and Bryn Taubensee (for Vaquera); Gianni Versace; and Vivienne Westwood.

Exhibition Credits
The exhibition is organized by Andrew Bolton, Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute; with Karen Van Godtsenhoven, Associate Curator; and Amanda Garfinkel, Assistant Curator. Theater scenographer Jan Versweyveld, whose work includes Lazarus with David Bowie as well as Broadway productions of A View from the Bridge and Network, created the exhibition design with The Met’s Design Department, and consulted on the gala décor with Raul Avila, who has produced the décor since 2007.  All headdresses are specially created for the exhibition by Stephen Jones.

Related Content
A publication by Andrew Bolton with Fabio Cleto, Karen Van Godtsenhoven, and Amanda Garfinkel accompanies the exhibition and includes new photography by Johnny Dufort.  It is published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and distributed by Yale University Press.

A special feature on the Museum’s website, www.metmuseum.org/Camp, provides further information about the exhibition.  Follow us on Facebook.com/metmuseum, Instagram.com/metmuseum, and Twitter.com/metmuseum to join the conversation about the exhibition and gala.  Use #MetCamp, #CostumeInstitute, @MetCostumeInstitute, and #MetGala on Instagram and Twitter.

About Gucci
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Image: Ensemble, Bertrand Guyon (French, born 1965) and headpiece by Stephen Jones (British, born 1957) for House of Schiaparelli (French, founded 1927), fall/winter 2018–19 haute couture; Courtesy of Schiaparelli. Image courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Photo © Johnny Dufort, 2019

 

 

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Quotes on Camp

Read the quotes and see whose voices are heard in Part II of Camp: Notes on Fashion.
(In Part I, narrations of historical quotes on camp are read by Rupert Everett.)

West Wall

“Camp is the psychopathology of affluence.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Mary Katrantzou

“Camp taste is by its nature possible only in affluent societies, in societies or circles capable of experiencing the psychopathology of affluence.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Gareth Pugh

“Camp is a great jewel, 22 carats.” —Kenneth Williams, 1983
Spoken by Patric DiCaprio for Vaquera

“Camp is tarting up ideas in costume jewelry.” —Alan Brien, 1961
Spoken by Mary Katrantzou

“Camp is mock luxurious.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Phoebe Philo for Céline

“Camp is dandyism in the age of mass culture.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Dapper Dan for Gucci

“Camp is the answer to the problem: how to be a dandy in the age of mass culture.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is ‘the apolitical badge of the consumer.'” —Moe Meyer, 1994
Spoken by Dapper Dan for Gucci

“The essence of dandyism consists of being obsessed with and knowledgeable about the limits of ‘how far one can go too far.'” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Amanda Harlech on behalf of Karl Lagerfeld

“Camp taste turns its back on the good-bad axis of ordinary aesthetic judgement. Camp doesn’t reverse things. It doesn’t argue that the good is bad, or the bad is good. What it does is to offer for art and for life a different —or supplementary —set of standards.” –Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Donatella Versace for Versace

“Camp is a means by which cultivated taste is deliberately thrown into reverse so that aesthetic absurdities become desirable.” —Scott Byrd quoting John Canaday, 1968
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is cultural slumming.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Christopher Bailey for Burberry

“In the cultural sphere, to be camp is to be perversely committed to the trash aesthetic or to a sort of ‘cultural slumming,’ . . .which, being in theory incomprehensible to non-camp people, becomes fashionably exclusive.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Christopher Bailey for Burberry

“Camp finds something awfully funny about the musty respectability of suburbia.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Christopher Bailey for Burberry

“The connoisseur of Camp [finds pleasure] in the coarsest, commonest pleasures, in the arts of the masses.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp demonstrates an exhilaration in identifying with the lowest of the low.” —David M. Halperin, 2012
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

Camp “makes no distinction between the unique object and the mass-produced object. Camp taste transcends the nausea of the replica.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton

“Camp is the artifact past its prime.” —Caryl Flinn, 1995
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp has always been fascinated with, and has fashioned itself on, the outmoded, the out of date, the artifact passed its prime.” —Caryl Flinn, 1995
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp transforms what was ugly yesterday into today’s object of aesthetic pleasure.” –Umberto Eco, 2007
Spoken by Richard Quinn

“Things are campy, not when they become old––but when we become less involved in them, and can enjoy, instead of be frustrated by, the failure of the attempt.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Richard Quinn

“Camp is granny specs.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is the rediscovery of history’s waste.” —Caryl Flinn 1995
Spoken by John Galliano

“Camp is the dada of the disco crowd.” —Joyce Haber, 1966
Spoken by John Galliano for Maison Margiela

“Camp sorts through the cultural junkyard with an abjection magnet, seizing upon discarded-but-still-glittering bits of debris.” —J. Bryan Lowder, 2013
Spoken by John Galliano for Maison Margiela

“Camp is defined as that which brings forth accumulations of debris from the recent past to be admired, reproduced and treasured.” —Sasha Torres, 1996
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is a scavenger, scrounging history’s waste in order to rediscover surplus value from forgotten forms of labor.” —Caryl Flinn 1995
Spoken by John Galliano for Maison Margiela

“Camp salvages material otherwise doomed to oblivion.” —Gillo Dorfles, 1968
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is the spirit of extravagance.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Marc Jacobs

“Camp is a woman walking around in a dress made of three million feathers.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Marc Jacobs

“Camp is pink flamingoes.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Stephen Jones

South Wall

“Camp is historicism viewed histrionically.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Ada Kokosar

“Camp is productively anachronistic and critically renders specific historical norms obsolete.” —Pamela Robertson, 1996
Spoken by Zandra Rhodes

“Camp takes styles from the past and uses them to sidestep the onward march of history. The historical process is reduced to the ephemeral.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by John Galliano for House of Dior

“Camp people look back on Versailles as a sort of camp Eden, a self-enclosed world devoted to divertissements, to dressing-up, showing off, and scandal.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp people are born in a Hall of Mirrors and never find their way out of it.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood

“Camp is by its very nature, political, subversive and even revolutionary.” —Bruce LaBruce, 2012
Spoken by John Galliano

“Camp is royalism, diabolism, and British socialism.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood

“Versailles stands in camp memory, not, as it was intended, as a symbol of decorative absolutism, but as a symbol of absolute decorativism.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Ada Kokosar

“Camp is being-as-playing-a-role.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy

“What Camp taste responds to is instant character, a person being one, very intense thing. This helps account for the fact that opera and ballet are experienced as such rich treasures of Camp, for neither of these forms can easily do justice to the complexity of human nature. ” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is Swan Lake.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy

“The camp personality reveals itself in the flamboyant gestures, the exaggerated tone, the operatic voice, the inflated role playing.” —Karl Keller, 1981
Spoken by Marc Jacobs

“Hollywood was a great haven for camp because it needed to compensate for bad acting, because it was a theatrical community protecting the eccentric, and because it offered the one power the camp personality cannot do without —money.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is Andy Warhol’s Marilyn.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Philip Treacy

“Camp is Marilyn Monroe type-cast as a tartelette extraordinaire . . . unable to break the straitjacket of her own sexuality.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is the more feathery romantic ballets.” —New Statesman, 1964
Spoken by Stephen Jones

“Camp is Judy Garland.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by John Galliano for Maison Margiela

“Camp is a second childhood.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Anna Sui

“Camp can be as elusive as childhood.” —Kerry Mallan and Roderick McGillis, 2005
Spoken by Walter Van Beirendonck

“The horror genre, in particular, is susceptible to a camp interpretation. Not all horror films are camp, of course; only those which make the most stylish conventions for expressing instant feeling, thrills, sharply defined personality, outrageous and ‘unacceptable’ sentiments, and so on.” —Jack Babuscio, 1977
Spoken by Jun Takahashi for Undercover

“Camp . . . is very serious—serious about maintaining the freedom to play, which is a way of saying the freedom to live.” —J. Bryan Lowder, 2013
Spoken by Manish Arora

“Camp is ‘extravagant-play-for-serious-ends.'” —Karl Keller, 1981
Spoken by Christian Francis Roth

“Camp is girls who wear starched maternity dresses without being pregnant.” —The Realist, 1962
Spoken by John Galliano for House of Dior

“Since camp involves the refusal to grow up, it sees aging as a particularly unattractive process which it is important to carry out with good humor.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Anna Sui

“Camp is a playfulness with epiphanal states that are half-serious because therapeutically high and half-comical because deliberately overblown.” —Karl Keller, 1981
Spoken by Edda Gimnes for EDDA

“Camp is more than another passing cult of the cute.” —Richard Sullivan, 1966
Spoken by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

“Maturity, it infers, must not be taken seriously. ‘Experience is a fraud,’ says the Spirit of Camp, ‘Strive for innocence.'” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Anna Sui

“All her life, the camp person remains a naughty child cheeking her elders.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Anna Sui

“Camp is outrageous aestheticism.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Pam Hogg

“The simple, bold colours of camp are ice-cream colours: camp’s favourite colour is pink: nursery pink, sugary pink, screaming pink.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Molly Goddard

“Camp is démesuré in the quality of the ambition.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Pam Hogg

East Wall

“Camp is a mode of perception.” —Fabio Cleto, 1999
Spoken by Virgil Abloh for Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh

“Irony is the subject matter of camp.” —Jack Babuscio, 1977
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp confers legitimacy on what it pretends to ridicule.” —Hilton Kramer, 1982
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp see everything in quotation marks.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Virgil Abloh for Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh

“Camp is a question mark that won’t let its line be straightened up into an exclamation mark.” —Fabio Cleto, 1999
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“The word “camp” “deserve[s] the freedom of the English language without the commas which [have] long seemed so appropriately inverted.” —Alan Brien, 1967
Spoken by Viktor Horsting for Viktor & Rolf

“The camp attitude is a mode of perception whereby artifacts become the object of an arrested, or fetishistic, scrutiny. It does not so much see everything in quotation marks as in parentheses. It is a solvent of context.” —Andrew Britton, 1978
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is a double sense in which some things can be taken.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Natacha Ramsay-Levi for Chloé

“The camp sensibility is one that is alive to a double sense in which some things can be taken.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is the difference between the thing as meaning something, anything, and the thing as pure artifice.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Natacha Ramsay-Levi for Chloé

“Camp can be taken on two completely separate levels, and make perfect sense on each.” —Evelyn Satz, 1983
Spoken by Natacha Ramsay-Levi for Chloé

“The talent for making a virtue out of duplicity is a mark of camp.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Thom Browne

“Camp is a lie that tells the truth.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Alessandro Michele for Gucci

“Camp is those ideas held in a special playful way.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Natacha Ramsay-Levi for Chloé

“Camp is things-being-what-they-are-not.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Jeremy Scott

“Camp is tongue-in-cheek.” —Sasha Torres, 1996
Spoken by Jeremy Scott

Camp is “a ‘guilty’ pleasure.” —Pamela Robertson, 1996
Spoken by Christian Lacroix

“Camp is the inherent funniness of leftovers.” —Andrew Ross, 1988
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp aims to transform the ordinary into something more spectacular.” —Jack Babuscio, 1978
Spoken by Deirdre Hawken

“Camp is a comic vision of the world.” —Susan Sontag 1964
Spoken by Johnson Hartig for Libertine

“Camp is a holiday for consenting adults.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Johnson Hartig for Libertine

“Camp is a form of vintage humor, it sometimes goes into caustic remarks.” —Geoffrey Beene, 1965
Spoken by Stella McCartney for Chloé

Camp is “Josephine Baker.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Stephen Jones

Camp is “Carmen Miranda.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Stephen Jones

“Camp [is] a third stream of taste, that encompasses the curious attraction that everyone —to some degree at least —has for the bizarre, the unnatural, the artificial and the blatantly outrageous.” —Thomas Meehan, 1965
Spoken by Tomo Koizumi

“Camp is a retreat from the fascism of usefulness.” —J. Bryan Lowder, 2013
Spoken by Pam Hogg

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“Camp is gender without genitals.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Thom Browne

“Camp is the triumph of the epicene style.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Thom Browne

“The androgyne is one of the great images of camp sensibility.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Thom Browne

“Camp is masculine-feminine.” —Jack Babuscio, 1978
Spoken by Thom Browne

“CAMP is cross-dressing in a Freudian slip.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Marc Jacobs

“Camp is “going against the grain of one’s sex.” —Jonathan Dollimore, 1991
Spoken by JiSun Park for Blindness

“Camp renders gender a question of aesthetics.”
Spoken by Alejandro Gomez Palomo for Palomo Spain

“Camp is concerned with what might be called a philosophy of transformations and incongruity.” —Esther Newton, 1972
Spoken by Thom Browne

“Camp is gender with genitals.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Walter Van Beirendonck for Wild and Lethal Trash

“Camp is corny flamboyant femaleness.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Jeremy Scott

Camp is “exaggerated he-man-ness.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Walter Van Beirendonck for Wild and Lethal Trash

Camp is “a clenched fist on a limp wrist.” —Richard Dyer, 1977
Spoken by Jeremy Scott

“Camp is a lifeboat for men at sea.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Jeremy Scott

“Camp is a mode of seduction.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Stephen Jones

“Camp can rise to the occasion.” —Caryl Flinn, 1995
Spoken by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood

“Like fornication, camp is an irresponsible and slightly dangerous pleasure.” —Mark Booth, 1983
Spoken by Christopher Kane

“Camp is a theatricalized piece of come-on.” —Karl Keller, 1981
Spoken by Christopher Kane

“Camp is uncritically affectionate.” —Robert Kiernan, 1990
Spoken by Stephen Jones

“Camp is a mode of enjoyment.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Viktor Horsting for Viktor & Rolf

“Camp is a tender feeling.” Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Ashish Gupta for Ashish

“Camp is ‘those men and women…leaking laughter and tears while reliving their favorite nuances from…Off-key strains of Somewhere over the Rainbow.'” —J. Bryan Lowder, 2013
Spoken by Luke Sales for Romance Was Born

“Camp is the heroism of people not called upon to be heroes.” —Philip Core, 1984
Spoken by Christopher Bailey for Burberry

“Camp taste is a kind of love, love for human nature.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Viktor Horsting for Viktor & Rolf

“Camp [is] . . . the gaieté de coeur.” —Andrew Ross, 1988
Spoken by Anna Plunkett for Romance Was Born

“Camp taste is a mode of enjoyment, of appreciation––not judgment. Camp is generous. It wants to enjoy.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Jeremy Scott for House of Moschino

“Camp is happiness.” —Christopher Isherwood, 1970
Spoken by Philip Treacy

“Camp ‘isn’t a natural mode of sensibility, if there be any such. Indeed the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration.'” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Molly Goddard

“Camp introduces a new standard: artifice as an ideal, theatricality.” —Susan Sontag, 1964
Spoken by Pam Hogg

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Exhibition Catalogue – CAMP: Notes on Fashion

 

 

 

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“Featuring about 200 objects, both fine art and fashion, Camp: Notes on Fashion will trace the origins of the subject from the 17th century, specifically the court of Versailles, to the present day, when disruption and duplicity are the common currency.” 
      —Laird Borrelli-Persson, Vogue

“[An] amazing catalogue . . . extraordinary.” 
      —Christiane Amanpour, CNN

“The catalog is divided into two discrete, mint-colored books, both of which are strapped into a handsome pink leather-bound case. The design is pure confection.” 
      —Alex Weintraub, Los Angeles Review of Books

“a thumb-through of the show’s lavish if cumbersome catalog excited me.” 
      —Roberta Smith, New York Times

“…wondrously discursive main essay…” 
      —Andy Battaglia, ArtNews

“Befitting the giddy opulence of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ […] this catalogue is a haute objet unto itself.” 
      —Jennifer Krasinski, Bookforum

“Opulent […] extravagant […] will escort you into a world of haute couture’s most extravagant side […] an extraordinary illuminating theoretical examination of camp.” 
      —Do You Read Me?!

“Provides a rigorous overview of camp’s etymological and phenomenological origins […] not only an exquisitely entertaining read, but also a collectable objet d’art that will give a sprinkling of camp to even the squarest of coffee tables.” 
      —Kitty Grady, Financial Times

“…thorough catalogue essay…” 
      —David D’Arcy, Observer

“…beautiful—and quite campy in its own right…” 
      —Steff Yokta, Vogue

 

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KENDALL JENNER

 

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🧡 Met Gala 2019: @KendallJenner is simply stunning in delicious @Versace orange surrounded by feathers + showing off #TiffanyBlueBook jewels by @TiffanyandCo. 🦋 @MetMuseum @VogueMagazine @Vogue @VogueRunway . . 📸 Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) + #Repost via @metgala2019_ @themetgalaofficial @kenlienews @hadids.jenner . . . . #KendallJenner #KendallJennerFans #KendallJennerOutfits #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #VogueMagazine #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #MetMonday #Feathers #CAMP #Celebrities #AtelierVersace #Versace #Donatella #DonatellaVersace #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #Fashion #NYC #AnnaWintour #Supermodels #Instafashion

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KENDALL JENNER + KYLIE JENNER

 

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🧡 Met Gala 2019: #KylieJenner + #KendallJenner stunned at the #MetGala2019 feathered in @Versace beaded illusion gowns. The fabulous #JennerSisters made an unforgettable entrance on the #PinkCarpet in NYC.💖 @MetMuseum @VogueMagazine @Vogue . . 1st 📸: @gregswalesart . . 📸 Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) 🎥 Videos @WWD @TheMarkHotelNY + #Repost via @KylieJenner @BritishVogue @Elleusa @metgala2019_ @themetgalaofficial @kenlienews @hadids.jenner . . . . #KendallJennerFans #KylieJennerFans #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #Vogue #VogueMagazine #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #MetMonday #CAMP #Celebrities #AtelierVersace #Versace #Donatella #DonatellaVersace #Fashion #KylieCosmetics #FashionNews #Fashion #NYC #AnnaWintour

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KYLIE JENNER

 

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💜Met Gala 2019: #KylieJenner looking GORGEOUS in a lilac strapless @Versace mermaid silhouette gown w/ feather details + hand-embroidered #Swarovski crystals arrives w/ @TravisScott at the #MetGala2019 in NYC. ⚡️@Donatella_Versace @MetMuseum @VogueMagazine @Vogue . . 📸 Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) + #Repost via @KylieJenner @Versace @kenlienews @hadids.jenner . . Beauty Team: @makeupbyariel @tokyostylez @lorraineschwartz . . . . #KylieJennerOutfits #KylieJennerFans #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #Vogue #VogueMagazine #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #MetMonday #CAMP #Celebrities #AtelierVersace #Versace #Donatella #DonatellaVersace #Fashion #KylieCosmetics #FashionNews #FashionAddict #NYC #AnnaWintour #VersaceCelebrities

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GIGI HADID

 

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🌟 Met Gala 2019: The ANGELIC @GigiHadid radiated futuristic #CAMP perfection in a custom silver + gold #MichaelKorsCollection beaded catsuit + cape at the Met Gala’s Camp: Notes On Fashion. Michael Kor’s inspiration behind the look captioned by Gigi: “At one point in the fitting process, Michael said “if Cher, Elton, Bowie, and Liberace had a dinner party at Daisy Buchanan’s.” Bravo, Mr. Kors + Gigi! 🦋 @MichaelKors @MetMuseum @VogueMagazine . . 1st + 3rd 📸: @BritishVogue 🎥 📸: Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) + #Repost via #GigiHadid #MichaelKors @erinparsonsmakeup #VogueMagazine @NYTimesFashion @photo_tatianakatkova @myqueengigi @slaygigih @hadids.news . . . Gigi’s Team: #Beauty: #erinparsonsmakeup + @maybelline #Hair: @laurapolko Stylist: @mimi Jewelry @lorraineschwartz Millinery: @stephenjonesmillinery #Nails: @nailsbymei . . . #GigiHadidFans #GigiHadidOutfits #GigiHadidCloset #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #CAMP #Celebrities #Kors #MichaelKorsCouture #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #Fashion #NYC #AnnaWintour #Supermodels

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GIGI HADID

 

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🦋 Met Gala 2019: Supermodel + philanthropist @GigiHadid harnesses the inner #MichaelKors muse effortlessly in this custom #MichaelKorsCollection catsuit + cape at the Met Gala’s Camp: Notes On Fashion. Bravo, Mr. Kors + Gigi! 🦋 @MichaelKors @MetMuseum @VogueMagazine ⚡️ . . . Gigi’s Team: #Beauty: #erinparsonsmakeup + @maybelline #Hair: @laurapolko Stylist: @mimi Jewelry @lorraineschwartz Millinery: @stephenjonesmillinery #Nails: @nailsbymei . . #Repost 1st 📸: @MichaelKors 🎥: @VogueMagazine 2nd📸: @daniellelevitt 🎨: @Donna_Adi 🎥: #Vogue 4th📸: #MetMuseum 5-7📸: @photo_tatianakatkova Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) + #Repost via #GigiHadid, Michael Kors #VogueMagazine . . . . #GigiHadidFans #GiForce #GigiHadidOutfits #GigiHadidCloset #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #CFDA #TheMet #CAMP #Celebrities #Kors #MichaelKorsCouture #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #Supermodels

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BELLA HADID

 

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🔥 Met Gala 2019: Smoldering @BellaHadid channeled @ItsJeremyScott’s #CAMP vibe in a black @Moschino bejeweled gown w/ sensual side cutouts paired w/ dramatic bling gloves + darling pixie hairstyle. @VogueMagazine created fabulous video shorts from #MetCamp, check out #Bella’s moves to Edwyn Collins “A Girl Like You” 💕 #Moschino @MetMuseum @Vogue .
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BELLA HADID + JEREMY SCOTT

 

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🔥 Met Gala 2019: @ItsJeremyScott shining through a new ‘grill’ + striking a pose w/ one of his muses, the beguiling @BellaHadid in a black @Moschino bejeweled gown w/ side cutouts paired w/ bling gloves + striking pixie hairstyle at the 2019 #MetGala’s exhibit #CAMP: Notes on Fashion. Check out the 🎥 for fab #MetMoments of Bella + friends literally having a #ball. 💕 #Moschino @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue ⚡️ . . #Repost 📸🎥: #JeremyScott, #BellaHadid, Moschino, @VogueParis @VogueAustralia – Music via @YouTube – Price Check/Freedom Trail 📸: @BellaHadidBrasil @BellaHadidTeam – Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) 3rd 🎥 @joachimjohnson . . . . Bella’s Team: #Beauty: #makeupbymaryphillips @maryphillips #Hair: @jenatkinhair Stylist: @mimi . . #BellaHadidFans #BellaHadidOutfits #BellaHadidCloset #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #CAMP #Celebrities #Moschino #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour #Supermodels

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MetGala – MetCamp

 

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🎥 #Repost: @VogueMagazine – “Camp! The Movie. Directed by @bardiazeinali Directed by @bardiazeinali DP @kellyjeffrey Movement @sherriesilver Steadicam @yoshisteadiop Production @prodn_artandcommerce Edit & Post Production @modern.post Titles @duzansky Set Design @davidjameswhite_ Motion Design @mangomotiondesign Narrator @stevezirnkilton 1st AC @notnicktimmons 2nd AC @funkdubiest Gaffer @theteejmeister Grip @okmot1 Music @50cent, @cher, The Flamingoes, Cutting Crew, @simplemindsmusic, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, @officialtonibasil” . . . . #AnnaWintour #MetGala #MetCAMP #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #VogueMagazine #LadyGaga #KylieJenner #HarryStyles #CelineDion #GigiHadid #BellaHadid #YaraShahidi #HaileyBieber #KatyPerry #JaredLeto #BetteMiddler #MileyCyrus #TiffanyHaddish #CardiB #GwenStefani #MetMuseum #TheMet #CAMP #Celebrities #Fashion #FashionNews #NYC

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KATY PERRY

 

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🕯✨ Met Gala 2019: @KatyPerry lit up the Met Gala’s Pink Carpet dressed in a giant @Moschino chandelier, a custom design by @ItsJeremyScott for the ball’s 2019 theme CAMP: Notes on Fashion. It took his team six weeks to add thousands of @Swarovski crystals to the iconic #CAMP chandelier dress. 💕 #Moschino @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue . . #Repost 📸: #JeremyScott, #KatyPerry, Moschino, @Variety, @Griff 1st 🎥: #VogueMagazine 📸: Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Katy’s Team: #Beauty: Grace Ahn @gracegraceahn #Hair: Chris Appleton @chrisappleton1 . . #KatyPerryFans #KatyPerryOutfits #MetGala #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #Celebrities #Moschino #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour #Supermodels #Swarovski

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KATY PERRY

 

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🍔 Met Gala 2019: Feeling Hungry yet? 🍔 @KatyPerry served us one of the most #CAMP after party looks from the Met Gala, a genius creation by @ItsJeremyScott @Moschino‘s designer + team. Check out Katy’s journey + #selfies w/ friends.🌟 #Moschino @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue . . #Repost 🍔 📸: #JeremyScott, #KatyPerry , #Moschino, @coreytenold @instylemagazine, 🎥: #ItsJeremyScott, @sweetbabyjamie, KP stories 📸: Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Katy’s 🍔 Team: #Beauty: @gracegraceahn #Hair: @chrisappleton1 @christinehahn . . #KatyPerryFans #KatyPerryOutfits #MetGala #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #MetCAMP #Celebrities #Moschino #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour #Hamburger #Cheeseburger

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JEREMY SCOTT

GWEN STEFANI

 

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💎 Met Gala 2019: @ItsJeremyScott gave us the ultimate fairytale dream: Outfitting his DIVINE date @GwenStefani in a custom @Moschino #CAMP creation for this year’s #MetGala. The whimsical white jeweled bodice + feathered cape featured @Swarovski crystals accentuating #GwenStefani’s fierce princess vibe. Check out Gwen’s journey through the night in this fantastic look by #JeremyScott + team. 💥 #Moschino @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue . . #Repost 📸: Jeremy Scott, Gwen Stefani, Moschino 🎥📸: @marco_ovando @griff @coreytenold, @ronyalwin, @nytimesfashion @vnina @hunterabrams – Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Gwen’s Team: #Beauty: Gregory Arlt @gregoryarlt #Hair: Danilo @officialdanilohair + Lizzie Barrois @lizzieloveswolf #Stylist: Rob Zangardi @robzangardi + Mariel Haenn @marielhaenn . . #GwenStefaniFans #GwenStefaniOutfits #ItsJeremyScott #MoschinoCouture #MoschinoOutfits #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #Celebrities #Moschino #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour #Supermodels #FashionPhotography

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GWEN STEFANI

 

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💥💎 Met Gala 2019: All The Riches, Baby…. @GwenStefani makes a splash departing @TheMarkHotelNY w/ date @ItsJeremyScott reigning supreme in @Moschino custom couture dripping in @Swarovski + white feathers at this year’s #MetGala. #GwenStefani’s clever #AfterParty look featured @NYPost #CAMP-ness in slinky sequins. Check out Vogue’s CAMP!!! The Movie trailer featuring Gwen + #MoschinoMuses. 💥 #MoschinoCouture @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue #KingOfCAMP #MoschinoFOREVER . . #Repost 📸: #JeremyScott, Gwen Stefani, Moschino @Marco_Ovando @NYTimesFashion 🎥: #VogueMagazine 📸: @griff @dailyfrontrow @pagesix @kristaschlueter @rebeccasmeyne – Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Gwen’s Team: #Beauty: Gregory Arlt @gregoryarlt #Hair: Danilo @officialdanilohair + Lizzie Barrois @lizzieloveswolf #Stylist: Rob Zangardi @robzangardi + Mariel Haenn @marielhaenn . . #GwenStefaniFans #GwenStefaniOutfits #MetGala #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #Celebrities #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionN

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JEREMY SCOTT + MOSCHINO REPOST!

 

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#Repost Moschino + Jeremy Scott: THANK YOU SO MUCH @ItsJeremyScott @Moschino ‼️ #MoschinoForever #MetCamp #MetGala #MetMuseum #KingofCAMP 💥💥💥 ・・・ MY ENTIRE MET EXPERIENCE ALL WRAPPED UP IN THIS HIGH OCTANE VIDEO BY @fashionweek.pro 💘💎🙏🏽🖼🌟🥰🙌🏽👅 @katyperry @maluma @gwenstefani @violetchachki @bellahadid @stellamaxwell @traceeellisross @spaceykacey @mssarahcatharinepaulson @denek_k @marco_ovando @brookelpace @voguemagazine @voguerunway @metcostumeinstitute @deitchphoto @griff @ronyalwin @julieshyu @michaelschmidtstudios @benballer @carlynecerfdedudzeele @barbiestyle @swarovski #metcamp #metgala #katyperry #maluma #bellahadid #kaceymusgraves #stellamaxwell #denekkania #gwenstefani #violetchachk i#sarahpaulson #traceeellisross #jeremyscott

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TRACEE ELLIS ROSS

 

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🖼✨ Met Gala 2019: Framed! @TraceeEllisRoss celebrated this year’s #MetGala theme in a sleek black @Moschino custom creation designed by @ItsJeremyScott featuring an intricate gold #CAMP frame paired w/ archive jewelry from @TiffanyandCo. Tracee’s design paid homage to #LorraineOGrady’s alter ego “Mademoiselle Bourgeoisie Noire” in the Sept. 1983 Art is… parade float for #Harlem’s African American Day Parade. 💛 @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue . . #Repost 📸: #JeremyScott, #TraceeEllisRoss, #Moschino, @VNina, @VittorioPugliano 🎥: #VogueMagazine @NYTimesFashion 🎥📸: @Marco_Ovando – Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Tracee’s Team: #Beauty: Matin @itsmatin #Hair: Lacy Redway @lacyredway #Stylist: Karla Welch @karlawelchstylist #Jewelry: Tiffany & Co. #TiffanyandCo . . #TraceeEllisRossFans #TraceeEllisRossOutfits #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #TheMet #MetCAMP #Celebrities #Moschino #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour

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KACEY MUSGRAVES

 

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🎀 Met Gala 2019: Epic #BarbieStyle Arrival! @SpaceyKacey arrives in a pink @Corvette convertible to this year’s #MetGala channeling iconic @Barbie in a matching moto-chic gown, feather boa + hair dryer purse, a custom look created by @Moschino‘s brilliant Creative Director @ItsJeremyScott + team. #KaceyMusgraves’ #AfterParty look for the Moschino event @PlayboyClubNYC was gold, bejeweled & fabulous – check out Kacey’s fun #ItsABarbieWorld #CAMP journey through the night. 💕 #Moschino @VogueMagazine @MetMuseum @Vogue . . Repost 📸: #JeremyScott, Moschino, @BarbieStyle @BenjaminNorman @NYTimesFashion @HunterAbrams 🎥: @ecduzit @MoaniLee @EntertainmentTonight @Giovanni__Delgado 📸: Getty Images (all images belong to their respective owners) . . . . Kacey’s Team: #Beauty: Moani Lee #MoaniLee #Makeup: Pat McGrath @PatMcGrathReal #Stylist: Erica Cloud @ecduzit #Hair: Giovanni Delgado Nails: Chiharu Natsume @chiharu1222nail . . #KaceyMusgravesFans #KaceyMusgravesOutfits #Barbie #Corvette #MetMoments #PinkCarpet #Vogue #CFDA #MetMuseum #Celebrities #Fashion #FashionAddict #FashionNews #NYC #AnnaWintour

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