August 26, 2019

CAMP: Notes On Fashion

Fashion extravaganza!  

One of the best parts of fashion is the fact that it can be used as a creative way to express ourselves to the world. This year, The Costume Institute has outstood themselves again with their Camp: Notes on Fashion exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Here's of what to expect from this exhibition and why you should go and check it out before it closes on September 8th.

If you live in New York City and haven't gotten the chance to check out this historical and inspiring exhibition, what have you been doing? Last month, we got the chance to check out the exhibition ourselves and not only we were amazed by the amazing beauty of each item being showcased, but also amazed in learning and seeing these historical items in person. 

The first thing we noticed once we walked-in into the exhibition, is the pastel pink color on the walls and ceiling. A great way to make a room stand out! While walking through each room, it felt like walking in history lane. Each room represents an era of time, starting from the early 1800s up to today. Was really impressive to see the representation of the word "Camp" throughout the years and how much it has involved. We got to chance to see a lot of familiar items, like Cardi-B's grammy oyster dress by Mugler, to Gucci's famous fur slippers in which we even own a pair ourselves. 

After expending a few minutes admiring each of these creative items, we walked into the last room of the exhibition. Everywhere you looked, was an item being showcased. It was like a room full of dreams, each representing its own unique style. Below are a few photos we took while exploring the exhibition for those who could not get the chance to check out the exhibition before the closing date. But if you are in the city of New York in the next few days, we suggest visiting this amazing exhibition before it closes to the public this upcoming September 8th, 2019. We hope everyone enjoyed this post and we'll see you all on our next post. 

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