Take a Look Inside The “Rei Kawakubo/COMME des GARÇONS” Exhibit at the Met

The Costume Institute honours the Japanese fashion pioneer with a spectacular show in New York City from May 4 through 'til September 4, so there will be plenty of time to go and check it out! Details inside.

While the festivities surrounding the 2017 Met Gala are approaching, the Metropolitan Museum of Art‘s latest Costume Insitute exhibition is set to be opened to the public on May 4.

Entitled “Rei Kawakubo/COMME des GARÇONS: Art of the In-Between,” this year’s show pays tribute to the Japanese fashion powerhouse and her revolutionary designs throughout the years, spanning from her archival collections from the 1980s to some of her most recent creations.

Divided into different binary themes, including ‘Absence/Presence,’ ‘Fashion/Antifashion,’ ‘High/Low’ and ‘Object/Subject,’ the exhibit showcases a total of 140 iconic designs by Kawakubo.

Take a sneak peek of the exhibition right here via these photos.

“Rei Kawakubo/COMME des GARÇONS: Art of the In-Between” will run from May 4 through September 4. For more information, check out the Met’s website.

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