Saks Fifth Avenue and Oscar de la Renta have partnered on the event for nearly two decades. This year a record $1.1 million was raised.
The London-based designer, who is known for her exuberant prints has constructed 15 different vivid patterns inspired by Katrantzou’s runway archives.
Family, fashion and charity were among her main interests.
The museum’s director tried to highlight the most influential styles of the Eighties and those likely to be of interest to people in 2017.
The brand showed its fall collection during the annual Lying-In Luncheon.
The designers showed the Oscar de la Renta fall 2017 collection at the annual philanthropic event, which this year honored Carol Burnett.
“When did the fashion industry become about celebrities?” said Kane, Friday night from the Farfetch pre Met dinner.