H&M Brings Gilded Glamour to the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute Benefit

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H&M designed custom looks for actor Laura Harrier and designer Victor Glemaud for the 2022 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit. Extravagance, glitz and glamour are the themes for H&M’s one-of-a-kind looks, created exclusively for this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit in New York City.

The looks, designed by H&M’s in-house design team, are inspired by this year’s exhibition theme, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion”, which explores the sartorial narratives that chart the evolution of American style paying homage to America’s Gilded Age – the 19th to mid-late 20th century. For each look, H&M’s designers pulled inspiration from the evolution of American style and designs of this era, focusing on the grandiose nature of the time.

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