”PUNKS NOT DEAD”
On 9th of May, Vivienne Westwood Alexander McQueen openes its doors to this year’s fashion exhibition – ”Punk: Chaos to Couture”. The queen of London’s punk scene,Vivienne Westwood, celebrated alongside over 100 signature pieces from more recent punk champions – Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Versace and Jean Paul Gaultier.
In May of 2013, the Met will put on “Punk: Chaos to Couture,” it’s tribute to the origins of punk music, examining how it has shaped and transformed fashion as it transitioned from street wear to haute couture over the past three decades.
Unlike the Met’s previous exhibit “AngloMania: Tradition and Transgression in British Fashion,” the exhibit will take a two-pronged approach to the subject, looking at punk culture in both London and New York and discussing the cities impact on each other and their fashionable contemporaries..
Andrew Bolton, the curator of the Costume Institute told Women’s Wear Daily, “punk broke all rules when it came to fashion, and everything became possible after punk. Its impact on high fashion became so enormous, and continues at the same time.”
As in the past, the exhibit will be open to the public from May 9 to August 11 with the inaugural gala set for May 6, which will be cochaired this year by Rooney Mara, Riccardo Tisci, Lauren Santo Domingo, and, of course, Anna Wintour.
The exhibit will feature around 100 men’s and women’s pieces, with original punk looks placed side-by-side with the designer outfits that they inspired. For the sake of accesability, the galleries will be broken into a set of themes, including “Rebel Heroes,” “The Coturiers Situationists” (dedicated to McLaren and Westwood), “Pavilions of Anarchy and Elegance,” “Punk Couture,” “DIY Style,” and “La Mode Destroy.”
The full reach of punk’s influence on fashion is best demonstrated by the extensive list of designers included in the exhibit, with names such as Haider Ackermann, Azzedine Alaïa, Ann Demeulemeester, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, Rei Kawakubo, Alexander McQueen, Rodarte, and Alexander Wang, just for starters. Photograph Nick Knight of SHOWstudio will serve as this year’s creative consultant to help design the overall look of both the exhibit along with the Met Gala. The “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit is poised to be another of the Met’s smash hit successes, bringing together fans of the music, street culture, and high fashion all under one roof.
Brands :1. PERRIN PARIS Clutch Le Zip 2. KARL LAGERFELD Joy Bikerveste made of fake leather and stretch Jersey 3. VALENTINO GARAVANI black Lace Silk scarf 4. DKNYLeggins made of stretch Jersey with leather parts 5. YVES SAINT LAURENT Ariane 90 Wedged Paltforn Ankle Boots 6.THOMAS LAINE oxidiced Silver and black Diamond Crystal Ring 7. SARA DESIGNS stutted leather wrap watch 8.STELLA MCCARTNEY Spotty Tortoise Sunglasses 10. ISABEL MARANT Napoli emboidered Top 11. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Swarovski Punk Skull Ring
In the same time PUNK is back in Trend, has never been dead actually. Nowadays a Punk could be any kind of person, either CEO or the nice boy next door.
Still it’s rebellious character stays. My favourite piece : PERRIN PARIS Bag!