The prominent Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City that annually hosts one of the greatest fashion parades of all times, the Met Gala, is set to honor the late fashion industry pioneer, the designer who many referred to as The Master, Karl Lagerfeld in a tremendous way.
Even though the Met has not released an official press announcement yet, the rumors have been swirling about the museum’s plan to open a retrospective exposition dedicated to Karl and his legacy.
The museum will be in this way paying a tribute to Karl’s legacy and his successful career and contributions to the fashion industry. The retrospective capsule should see its light no earlier than in 2022.
According to several reports, the museum’s head curator Andrew Bolton is behind the project that is still in its early infancy for now. The passing of the designer at the beginning of this year came in as a huge startling surprise to everyone even outside of the fashion circles.
Not enough time will ever pass to stop mourning Karl however, remembering his work and contributions in such an honorable manner will at least preserve his legacy for the time being.