The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, "Women Dressing Women," is a celebration of female designers through modern history. It features the work of over seventy womenswear designers spanning from 1910 to today. Additionally, this exhibit highlights the triumphs these designers overcame to bring their work to the masses. You’ll see 1920s flapper outfits, 1940s workwear, 1970s jumpsuits, 1980s power shoulders, 1990s slip dresses, and so much more! Head over to The Met and see how these designers contributed to the fashion industry and culture as we know it.
‘Women Dressing Women’ Exhibit Tells a Story Through Fashion
"Women Dressing Women" will feature pieces from over seventy designers, including:
- Jeanne Lanvin
- Elsa Schiaparelli
- Madeleine Vionnet
- Ann Lowe
- Claire McCardell
- Isabel Toledo
- Iris van Herpen
- Rei Kawakubo
- Anifa Mvuemba
- Simone Roche
- And more!
"Women Dressing Women" is happening from now until March 3rd at the iconic Metropolitan Museum of Art at 1000 Fifth Ave NY, NY.
To purchase tickets, visit their site. Ticket prices vary, and admission includes exhibitions and same-day entry to both Met locations.
This unique and educational exhibit is happening for a limited time, so if you’re looking for something to do in NYC, grab your tickets to "Women Dressing Women" at The Met until March 3rd. And for help planning your next big New York City event, contact the team of event professionals at EMRG Media!