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Oscar de la Renta - Last Chance

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Follow the rise of Oscar’s career, first in Spain where he gained his initial commissions, through his formative years spent in many of the world’s iconic fashion houses, to his eventual role as a designer for some of the most influential and celebrated personalities of the 20th and 21st centuries. Oscar de La Renta closes May 30. Go behind the scenes below!

Oscar de la Renta: Battle of Versailles: In 1973, five French designers challenged five American designers to an event that would come to be known as the “Battle of Versailles.” Upending all expectations, the Americans won in a rout. Hear memories from the models who walked the runway that day as de la Renta and other American designers shook the foundations of old-world European haute couture.

Dressing a Mannequin :Assistant curator Laura Camerlengo and assistant conservator of textile conservation Anne Getts detail the process of dressing a mannequin for the de Young’s special exhibition Oscar de la Renta, on view through May 30.

Exclusive Film Screening, Conversation, and Book-signing with Curator André Leon Talley

May 28, 5:30–8:30 pm | de Young | Koret Auditorium

Join us for an exclusive screening of the documentary The First Monday in May (2016; 90 min), followed by a rare in-person appearance by the exhibition’s guest curator, Vogue editor-at-large and renowned fashion-industry icon André Leon Talley, in conversation with Richard Benefield, Acting Director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and exhibition organizer. Buy tickets and learn more.
de Young: Golden Gate Park | 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118 | 415-750-3600 | | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays.

Legion of Honor: Lincoln Park | 100 34th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121 | 415-750-3600 | | Hours: Tuesdays–Sundays, 9:30 am–5:15 pm | Closed most Mondays and select holidays. 

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Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Oscar de la Renta, 2006. Inez and Vinoodh/Trunk Archive

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