friday film: a tour of the met’s mcqueen exhibit

Let’s stick with the week’s theme of McQueen for today’s Friday film.

As mentioned in Tuesday’s round-up of the best dressed stars at the Met’s Costume Institute Gala, the museum’s new exhibit, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, opened this week.

The exhibit features around 100 of McQueen’s designs – including pieces from his posthumous A/W 2010 collection – and will run until 31 July 2011.

Unfortunately not all of us will be able to make it to New York to see it in person, so here’s a tour courtesy of New York Magazine to let us see what it’s all about. Enjoy!

Update: Some of McQueen’s dresses weren’t able to travel to New York for the exhibit so they’re being shown in the windows of Harvey Nichols in London instead – so if you’re on my side of the pond, make sure you check them out before the end of the month. Read more at The Telegraph.

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