Advance Details of The Costume Institute’s 2022 Spring Exhibition, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, Unveiled by The Met

The second of a two-part exhibition, it will be staged in the Museum’s American Wing period rooms and present sartorial narratives that chart the evolution of American style Period rooms to feature cinematic vignettes created by eight celebrated film directors The Costume Institute Benefit (The Met Gala™) Which returns to the first Monday in May, This Monday The Costume Institute’s 2022 spring exhibition, In America: An … Continue reading Advance Details of The Costume Institute’s 2022 Spring Exhibition, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, Unveiled by The Met

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

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced 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 … Continue reading Costume Institute’s Spring 2020 Exhibition to Present a Disruptive Timeline of Fashion History

Grunge Fashion – The Attitude

By Stephan Pisko, The grunge look is a little more difficult to pull off if you don’t possess the ‘honest attitude’ it’s harder to do than it visually seems and some personalities’ are just more suited to execute the ‘grunge look’ than most. It is not about protesting anti -fashion it’s about ‘who you are’ do you know yourself honestly ‘are you that attitude ?’ … Continue reading Grunge Fashion – The Attitude

A Conversation With Filmmaker Marjorie Conrad Of The 2016 Slamdance Film “Chemical Cut”

By: Saga Elmotaseb Edited By: Colleen Page The Art Of Monteque spoke to director and Screenwriter, Marjorie Conrad during the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival. The Film “Chemical Cut” is about 23-year-old Irene an artistic misfit turned LA model busy searching for identity, inspiration and a kindred spirit while surrounded by competition, absurdity, and so many nude bras. TAOM: How and when did this film start for … Continue reading A Conversation With Filmmaker Marjorie Conrad Of The 2016 Slamdance Film “Chemical Cut”