The exhibit will run until Aug. 12 at Yale University in New Haven, Conn.
Work from more than 150 students is on display.
The exhibit pulls from Weitzman’s private archive as well as pieces owned by the historical society.
Featuring work by Björk and Peter Lindbergh, as well as high-tech robotics, the exhibit celebrates traditional craftsmanship.
The Peruvian photographer has curated a showcase of more than 300 works from his own private collection.
The gowns were influenced by the collections of Walter Rothschild at the National History Museum and Tring museum which included various insects and animal specimens.
The exhibit features works across a variety of mediums that highlight inspirational women, including Michelle Obama, Frida Kahlo, Queen Latifah and more.
Berlin Museum of Decorative Arts tapped young designers to celebrate “Berliner Chic” icon Uli Richter.
“The World of Anna Sui” will showcase more than 100 of Sui’s pieces, organized around themes.
The exhibition opens July 12.
“Breguet: Art and Innovation in Watchmaking” brings 70 antique timepieces to San Francisco’s Legion of Honor.