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I’m a bit obsessed with crowded rooms void of people. There’s something about the almost austere presence that makes everything pop. So when I had a chance to check out the latest Costume Institute show I couldn’t resist channeling my inner Columbo and getting a few snaps.
The show made me fascinated by Elsa Schiaparelli and a bit unfazed by Prada herself. The vehicle of Impossible Conversations felt cliche at best and sometimes forced. Their views on art and fashion, totally different – somehow I wanted each of these great women to have their own show. Coming off the grand McQueen extravaganza that held open the Met’s doors till midnight. This feels a bit – for lack of a better word. Blah.
The attention to detail is striking, but Schiaparelli feels like the better craftswoman, the blinking Man Ray photos are fun. But I want just a bit more. The curator mentioned that a woman hadn’t been given a show since the Chanel exhibit. How disappointing. There are so many women that deserve a show, instead of cramming two together.