Hussein Chalayan

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BOSTON — Texture, structure, and motion are the center of #techstyle, which opened last month at the Museum of Fine Arts here.

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The Shape of Opera to Come

by Linda Theung on May 30, 2014

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LOS ANGELES — In an age when stories are regarded as “impressions” and TMZ serves a source of reportage, how does a four-hour 18th-century comedic opera manage to be relevant and interesting? The Los Angeles Philharmonic has reinvigorated the genre by inviting luminaries in architecture and fashion to add their take to the story.

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So Alexander McQueen was honored with a retrospective at the Met’s Costume Institute, but the real question is, who’s next? We may end up finding our answer in an obituary, but for now let’s look at some retrospective-worthy designs and designers.

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