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Stud & Femme Switch Styles //

*giggles* have you ever seen me do my intro? yeah first time we – it’s really awkward hello, my beautiful people! what is up? it’s keara and sarah! my girl-girl and today we’re gonna be doing a really fun video so basically on instagram, we posted these photos of us dressed up in each others’

Camp: Notes on Fashion Gallery Views | Met Fashion

Andrew Bolton: The exhibition is called Camp: Notes on Fashion, and it’s inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Notes on Camp” that, in a way, outlined the elements or characteristics of camp: irony, humor, parody, theatricalization, excess, extravagance, exaggeration. The first half of the exhibition does trace the origins of camp. The introduction is a

Camp: Notes on Fashion

Narrator 1: This year, The Met Costume Institute’s spring exhibition is all about camp. What exactly is camp? Camp has deep historical precedent. The word first appeared in the era of Louis XIV . . . Narrator 2: Camp, verb. Camp about on one leg, strut like a comedy king. Narrator 1: . . .