Month: September 2014

Fashion Exhibits Are… Too Static

I’ll make it simple. I went to London. I saw exhibits. Good and bad. Here, I talk about why a particular one disappointed me, while the other restored the joy in my life (sort of, I’m almost exaggerating). Plus, I’m exploring why curation is increasingly important and yet we don’t get enough educational value as much as entertainment while we’re at these exhibitions. Okay. You’ve probably made your decision whether to proceed reading my long-ass post. If you’re on board, here we go! Going to The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk (long title, I know) was a tremendous experience. I think it’s fitting to publish this now, in conjunction with his last ready-to-wear collection and presentation. To see his work in person was a huge sigh of relief. When I was there, I felt as though someone had rescued me from the clutches of death that extended from the halls of the Victoria and Albert Museum, trying to drag me into the pits of hell. I’m referring to¬†Wedding …