Over the weekend, I visited the breathtaking Alexander McQueen exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I queued for over an hour just to see some his work over the past few years. Astonishing. In spite of the sea of people (it felt as if we were packed like sardines), the experience was quite haunting and at times, bone-chilling. McQueen was a genius, a visionary. Photography wasn’t allowed but a friend managed to sneak a shot or two using the good ol’ cellphone. I bought the book (Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty by Andrew Bolton), as well as a pack of pencils with his Platos Atlantis prints, for good measure.

Bryanboy outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art featuring the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibit

Sunglasses from Miu Miu, necklace, bag and shirt from Kenzo, cardigan from Uniqlo, jacket from Filippa K, belt from Hermes, jeans from Diesel, socks from Prada, sandals from a market stall in Morocco

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Alexander McQueen Savage beauty line wait
Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty at the Met - Dress Display
Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibit - parachute silk dress
Alexander McQueen Savage beauty exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC
Fabian waiting in line for the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibit
Bryanboy sitting at a gallery inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art