Explore the glamour and sophistication of one of the world’s preeminent costume collections, whose fashions worn by American women reflect the nation’s tastes and transformations over the course of the 20th century. High Style, presented exclusively on the West Coast at the Legion of Honor, provides a rare opportunity to view the evolution of fashion from 1910 to 1980 through more than 60 stunning costumes, 30 costume accessories, and an array of related fashion sketches from the Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection.
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This exhibition is organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
The Estate of Merrill and Hedy Thruston
The Diana Dollar Knowles Fund
The Estate of Harriet E. Lang
Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton
Jim and Arlene Sullivan
Lead Event Sponsor
Additional support provided through proceeds from The Art of Fashion: Runway Show and Luncheon.
Charles James, "Four-Leaf Clover" dress, 1953. Duchesse satin, lace, and silk shantung. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection, 2009; Gift of Josephine Abercrombie,1953, 2009.300.784. Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art