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“Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (May 4-July 31) The Met honors McQueen with a retrospective stretching from his 1992 postgraduate show at Central Saint Martins to his final 2010 collection.
Dress, Sarabande, from the spring/summer 2007 collection
Andrew Bolton, curator of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute, described McQueen as a 'true romantic, in the Byronic sense of the world'
Everyone from New York City to California can take their pick of select Tribeca Film Festival titles to watch from the comfort of their own home, all for free!
Literally anyone within the United States can watch films in the Tribeca (Online) Film Festival, but you have to make a reservation first. See how: Tribeca Film Festival
April 22nd will mark the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day and with a new anniversary comes a new meaning for the day. Started in 1970, Earth Day was originally conceived as a day in which the people of the world could come together and educate themselves about the needs of the planet. Find out how the world works together to help and protect the Earth we all call home. Earth Day Org

2 comments:

James Michael White said...

I NEED to make it to NYC for that Alexander McQueen retrospective. Thanks for the heads up. I had no idea about the dates.

SoHo Accessories said...

So glad to be a help! It's funny you think everyone knows what you know!