Tag Archives: Harold Koda

The Art of Exhibiting Fashion History- Part I

La Belle Époque: The Art of Exhibiting Fashion History at the Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art By Janet Lee “Now I was born in the heart of the Belle Époque.  I was born in Paris.  I was born on … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the McQueen exhibition and related topics

A couple of days ago I finally found the time to see the McQueen exhibition at the Met. To avoid the long lines I arrived before ten AM on a weekday, I usually try to avoid crowded places but I … Continue reading

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Aimee Mullins talks to Harold Koda

In conjunction with the exhibition Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, model, athlete and actress Aimee Mullins and Harold Koda, curator in charge will meet to discuss art, fashion and the unique body as object of beauty. Mullins, who had both her legs amputated … Continue reading

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