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Farewell, Savage Beauty

by Jasmine Lombardi
Monday, August 8, 2011
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Yesterday (and actually for the last two weekends), people stood in line at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for up to 5 hours! But with good reason, as it was the last chance to view the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibit.

In honor of its closing, Andrew Bolton (the author of the book that accompanies the exhibit) held a book signing with Anna Wintour.

If you missed the exhibit (shame on you), check out the photos here courtesy of Joe at Billy Farrell Agency.
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