Take a LOOK. . .The History and High Fashion of Menswear | ‘Reigning Men’ Exhibition

LACMA Reigning Men Exhibition Photo ©Rhonda P. Hill , 0508161513 (29)-001

Reigning Men:  Fashion in Menswear 1715-2015, Los Angeles County Museum of Art [ LACMA] Exhibition, explores the history of men’s fashionable dress.  Spanning 3 centuries of men’s fashion, this  exhibition explores the looks of “dandy” to “mod” to “ultra chic” and how political and cultural influences shaped fashionable dress for men.  200 looks brilliantly curated, drawing primarily from LACMA’s renowned collection.   The show highlights signature looks from contemporary designers including the bold designs of Jeremy Scott, Vivienne Westwood, Issey Miyake, and Yohji Yamamoto.

Fashion is the art of self-expression and Reigning Men epitomizes the art of fashion.

Take a look . . .

LACMA Reigning Men Exhibition Photo ©Rhonda P. Hill , 0508161513 (9)-001

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LACMA Reigning Men Exhibition Photo ©Rhonda P. Hill , 0508161513 (30)-001

LACMA Reigning Men Exhibition Photo ©Rhonda P. Hill , 0508161513 (25)-001

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