Once again I had the privilege to cover the red carpet with the Met Museum‘s social media team capturing what is the coined “the party of the year” for the museum’s new fashion exhibition China Through the Looking Glass. From gowns that took two years to create, to ones that appear completely see-though, it was one breathtaking moment after the next and I’m happy to share with you images from the front lines, captured using my iPhone 6, of my favorite Met Gala 2015 moments….
“I always sketch at fashion shows. Drawings jog my memory more than any photograph… My system at the shows is to draw, sketch, put down everything – every single outfit – and worry later whether I liked it or not.”
– excerpted from Grace: A Memoir, by Grace Coddington
The “Oscars of the East Coast” came out in full force last night as fashion’s elite, designers, celebrities, sports stars and musicians all ascended the red carpet to view “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The electricity of the night started here where we caught a glimpse of what they wore, how they looked and who came out to celebrate this amazing exhibition…
“Style is the manifestation of self-knowledge and a creative spirit. Now, more than ever, that same sense of self resonates beyond the outer appearance and reaches a deeper source of identity through the knowledge and support of eco-fashion.” ~ FASHIONmeGREEN
One style influencer, 10 NYC eco-designers, a project to raise awareness for eco-friendly sustainable fashion! This is FASHIONmeGREEN’s New York look…
Special thanks to the talent and beauty of Greta Eagan & her FASHIONmeGREEN movement.
Makeup for this shoot is non-toxic and created by Jessa Blades– the best natural make-up artist in New York City.
A HUGE thank you to fellow photographer and my assistant for the day Colleen Duggan, I can’t thank you enough for reminding me to shoot with the Polaroid…