Tour the Met Museum’s latest fashion exhibit virtually

New York Metropolis’s Metropolitan Museum of Artwork was slated to open the Costume Institute’s “About Time: Style and Length” exhibit on Could 7, and kick off the exhibition with the annual Met Gala, which was imagined to occur on Could 4. Nevertheless, as a result of coronavirus, the Met was compelled to postpone the exhibit’s opening till October. To carry patrons over till the autumn, the Costume Institute delivered an prolonged preview video of the present, which exhibits how trend historical past is each linear and cyclical.

“The exhibition will hint a century and a half of trend—from 1870 to the current—alongside a disruptive timeline, on the event of The Met’s 150th anniversary,” the outline of the Met’s video reads. “Using Henri Bergson’s idea of los angeles durée (length), it is going to discover how garments generate temporal associations that conflate previous, current, and future.”

The video is edited in the identical manner the present is introduced, displaying historic trend items subsequent to their modern-day designer equal. For instance, the quintessential Victorian bustles bustle skirt was the inspiration behind a 1980s gown by Yohji Yamamoto. And the exaggerated puff sleeves of the 1890s got here again in a 2004 Comme Des Garçons creation.

Photos of the Costume Institute’s assortment seem whereas a ticking clock symbolizes the style timeline that’s all the time transferring ahead whereas constantly pulling inspiration from the previous.

Virginia Woolf serves because the “ghost narrator” of the exhibition, and quotes from the well-known creator have been additionally labored into the prolonged preview video.

If all goes in accordance with plan, “About Time: Style and Length” will likely be accessible to view in individual on the Met Museum come October 29. 

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