11 June 2012

Museum Style: Iris Apfel+Tavi Gevinson+Judith Thurman on Schiaparelli and Prada

We'll be in New Jersey. Which is closer to The Met than DC. Think I can talk H into letting me take the day in Manhattan on our anniversary (or is it the day after our anniversary? I can never remember)? Oh, wait! We honeymooned in Manhattan. And went to The Met (and saw Anglomania). It's the perfect way to celebrate 6 years, right?

Now. For a babysitter.

What: Sunday at the Met: A Conversation on the Evolution of Chic with Iris Apfel, Tavi Gevinson, and Judith Thurman

When: Sunday, June 17, 2:00–3:30 p.m.

Why: Good Taste/Bad Taste: The Evolution of Contemporary Chic. style icon Iris Apfel (age 90) and fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson (age 16) for a conversation across generations on what it means to be chic in the 21st century, moderated by New Yorker writer Judith Thurman, who wrote the introduction to the exhibition catalogue Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations.

This program is held in conjunction with the Costume Institute exhibition, which is on view at the Met through August 19, 2012. This event is free with museum admission. Where: The Metropolitan Museum of Art Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium

1 comment:

Serena said...

Oh! You have to go. I love the lineup and am sure it will be fascinating!