This week for Pink Saturday we're going to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for this year's Costume Institute show, ManusxMachina. When I first saw the title I had no idea what I was going to see, and the subtitle, "Fashion in the Age of Technology" wasn't significantly more helpful. But I found the exhibit, which looked at how custom made fashion is crafted, fascinating. Though I'll never wear an outfit that's a product of the fashion houses of Paris or Milan, I very much enjoyed seeing how the clothes are put together. Some looked as though they were made last week -- even though they may have been made fifty years ago -- and others looked as though they were made for the Jetsons.
Which dress do you find most interesting? My vote goes to the wedding gown. It was an extraordinary work of art and design.
I could have posted twenty more pictures. There were many beautiful dresses and many eye catching dresses and I think I photographed most of the them. Last year's Costume Institute China exhibition still stands as one of the most memorable exhibits I've seen at the Museum, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one as well.
Please stop by this week's Pink Saturday fun and meet some of the nicest bloggers in BlogLand.
Speaking of nice bloggers and blog visitors, we have two winners for the Zootopia giveaway. They are Virginia King and James Robert, followers of Buttercupland on Google+. I wish I could give a copy of Zootopia to everyone who stopped by. Thanks again to my friends at Disney.
I hope everyone had a happy Fathers Day and has a great week! Thanks so much for visiting.