Seriously, to a slightly problematic degree (as I may have mentioned before). The drama of his work transforms his work into art, which is what I believe fashion truly is. I cannot get enough of his work or that of his successor, Sarah Burton.
A retrospective exhibit of the late designer’s greatest works is set to open in early May at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and the first images have just been released.
To say the least, I cannot wait. At all. Never been so excited to go to a museum (and this is saying something, as I am not exactly a cool kid).
Vogue.com has an excellent piece on it, so hopefully this sneak peek releases you inner fashion nerd, too!