This Oscar De La Renta Exhibit Will Take Your Breath Away

The Glamour and Romance of Oscar de la Renta has opened at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, celebrating the late designer’s iconic style and most stunning works. The exhibit features 70 looks from the OLDR archives, dating from the ’60s to 2014, the museum’s own collection, Pierre Balmain’s archives (de la Renta helmed the house from 1993 to 2002), and loaned pieces from the brand’s biggest clients, WWD reports. (Amal Clooney’s lace wedding dress is in the mix, for example.)

The presentation is the perfect way to remember the iconic designer, who passed away in 2014 at the age of 82. The pieces on display aren’t limited to clothing, however, The exhibit also includes design sketches from de la Renta, editorials featuring his work, and photographs of the designer himself.

The exhibit is open now until January 28, 2018. Admission is $25 for adults. You can book tickets here.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US

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