Alexander McQueen Retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Organized by The Costume Institute and set to begin on May 4th, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the MET) in New York will showcase Alexander McQueen’s iconic designs in a beautiful retrospective called Savage Beauty.










McQueen Plato’s Atlantis

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty will pay tribute to one mans extraordinary contributions to the world of fashion. The retrospective will chart McQueen’s 19-year career, from his post-graduate collection to his final runway presentation, in 100 spectacular pieces. In the length of McQueen’s career, he challenged the notion of fashion by expanding our understanding beyond utility to a conceptual expression of culture, politics and identity. Since McQueen’s death in 2010, his clothing line has been very sought after, even more so than when he was alive. The exhibition expects to draw fashion fans from across the globe and if you happen to be traveling to New York during this time, it’s definitely an exhibit worth your itineraries attention!

Also, if you are visiting New York during the exhibition, you are in luck because The Lowell hotel is offering guests a special package, granting guests complimentary priority admission to the retrospective. The stylish Lowell offers an amazing Upper East Side location close to the Madison Avenue shops, Central Park and Museum Mile.The likes of Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and British Vogue have stayed here.


Stay at The Lowell Hotel

Prices from £475 per night; offer valid May 4 to July 31, 2011. To book visit

Call (001) 800-221-4444




See the Alexander McQueen Exhibit

When: May 4, 2011 – July 31, 2011

Where: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall, 2nd Floor


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Image sources: The Metropolitan Museum of Art & Lowell Hotel