Heavenly Bodies

Fashion's biggest event took flight last night! Yes, I am talking about the one and only, Met Gala. A-listers from across the globe made their way up those famous steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in their exquisite dresses. This included co-chairs, Rihanna, Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and Anna Wintour. They were welcomed by rarely seen artifacts from the Vatican and a show stopping performance by Madonna. A fitting choice by Vogue since this year's Met Gala theme was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.“

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Honoring Female Mexican Artists

I recently found this wonderful article honoring Mexico's greatest female artists, and just had to share it with all of you! Many of us are familiar with Frida Kahlo, who was a complete game changer! In post-revolutionary Mexico, the surrealist artist celebrated indigenous heritage through her paintings – mostly self portraits – at a time when the country’s national identity was fragmented. Kahlo placed her own identities – disabled, gender-bending, bisexual, woman, and communist – front and center in her autobiographical pieces. In the decades since, her works have made her a feminist and LGBTQ icon. She’s now recognized as one of Mexico’s greatest artists and cultural icons.

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