5+1 looks WE LOVE from Met Gala 2019

On Monday, May 6, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York hosted some of the most important celebrities for its annual MET Costume Institute Gala, which opened the exhibition "Camp: Notes on Fashion".

Here are our favourite Man Looks from the pink carpet:

Our last but not least, favourite looks is the one from Violet Chachki. At First Met Gala Attended By Drag Queens, the winner of "Rupaul's Drag Race" Season 7, chose to wear Moschino by Jeremy Scott.

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Burberry Resort 2019

 

Words by Stephen George

Last Friday 11/5, Burberry sent social media into pandemonium with a collection of images from their Resort 2019 collection on their Instagram stories and feed.

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The images are a first look at the brand through the eyes of its new chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci who took up the position in March replacing Christopher Bailey after 17 years.

The collection entitled – B Classic is a series of eight images that showcases and highlights the history of the brand. On his arrival at the house Tisci “wanted to celebrate the beauty, heritage and legacy that I discovered.” In doing this Tisci curated and styled the looks that were designed by the in-house team. This translated into a collection that is outerwear heavy and touches on Burberry iconography. The trench coat, the Harrington jacket, the car coat and cape in military green, brown and Horse ferry check came styled as his-and-hers outfits each couple photographed in loving embrace.

No new ground or trends are trends are being set here this is a collection made to keep Burberry in fashion conversation until Tisci’s official debut collection for the brand on Monday 17th September at 5pm. It does round off a 17-year era that Bailey championed Burberry and put the brand on the international fashion stage. This is a collection that nails the idea of fashion fluidity, the duality of clothes and gender flexibility of the dressing. It encapsulates the same spirit and joy Bailey showcased in his last show in February where he celebrated the LGBT+ community.

This gives us no indication of what Tisci has planned come September which makes the anticipation even more worth waiting for.

LFW AW18: Burberry

For the last time, Christopher Bailey presented his collection for Burberry AW18 in a show entitled Time. Held in the historical venue of the Dimco Buildings in West London, guests were met with an experience of past, present and future.

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The show was dedicated to LGBTQ+ organisations, with the brand donating to three charities. It was certainly a moment of pride for Bailey, much like every aspect of the show championing the six colours of the Pride flag. The rainbow – a symbol of hope, happiness and inclusivity featured heavily throughout the show, whether it be from the reinvented check now incorporated with the colours (the Rainbow check), or Cara Delevingne’s floor-length cloak which she swept and swayed along the runway. The bright stripes appeared on sweaters, gilets and down one side of the oversized maxi skirt of Adwoa Aboah.

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source: theglassmagazine.com