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    Writing Fashion History at the Met, One Dress at a Time

    Writing Fashion History at the Met, One Dress at a Time


    How a behind-the-scenes museum team keeps 33,000 fashion ensembles alive and looking their best.

    Fashion history won’t be written in ink. You can’t even use a pen in the library at the Anna Wintour Costume Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art because of the potential catastrophes. Instead, the biography of fashion is being written in bold exhibitions by Andrew Bolton, the curator in charge at the Costume Institute, who in his 17 years at the Met has become one of fashion’s greatest authors. He has composed not only the most visited exhibition in the museum’s history, but four of its top visited exhibitions of all time. No master is without his tools, of course. Bolton’s lexicon of approximately 33,000 fashion ensembles lives underground below the museum, somewhere between Fifth Avenue and Central Park, in the Costume Center’s brand-new archive.

    The new space replaces the former, originally built in 1971, with state-of-the-art modern technologies allowing for the monitoring of any pests, the reduction of light, and the ultimate in climate control. Between 2010 and 2011, all 33,000 ensembles were moved out. The archive was completed in part in 2014, and every item was returned to its new home by the summer of 2017. On a recent, very frigid Tuesday, Vogue was granted unprecedented access to the space and its priceless residents. Don’t get any Ocean’s 8–style ideas—everything is kept under the most stringent lock and key. And behind several Uline clean mats.


    Header images:
    Dress, Iris van Herpen (Dutch, born 1984), Fall 2012-13 Haute Couture; Purchase, Friends of the Costume Institute Gifts, 2015 (2016.15a, b).
    Ensemble, House of Chanel (French, founded 1913), Karl Lagerfeld (French, born Hamburg, 1938), Fall 2012–13 Haute Couture; Gift of Anna Wintour, in honor of Harold Koda, 2016 (2016.578.1a–d).
    Robes à la Fran?aise and Robes à l’Anglaise, French, British, and American, ca. 1725–1775.

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