Dienstag, 4. Mai 2010

Met Costume Institute Gala 2010

...is already passé.

The international who is who in the (sorry:) "entertainment" business followed the invitation to the opening event of the Metropolitan Museum's exhibition "American Women: Fashioning a National Identity" to the night of the nights for the fashion crowd: The Met Costume Institute Gala.

What lingers are the colorful celebrity pictures from the red carpet. This year the fight for the best-dressed award was hard. (Unfortunately the fight for the skinniest body award was hard as well: What happened to the Versace family?)

Kate Bosworth, in a nude but shiny Valentino dress plus matching clutch, with nicely draped retro curls is my fashion favourite on this event.


Rosa Berstein and Jean-Luc Godard

This year one of the world's most influential filmmakers is turning 80: Jean-Luc Godard, a prime mover of the Nouvelle Vague, famous for his unconventional style and promoter of later-to-be international celebreties like Jean-Paul Belmondo, Brigitte Bardot, Anna Karina...

For this reason Berlin has lost of special events to offer showing the Godard classics and some of the less famous pieces.

Next Tuesday, on May 11th, the "kinoklub" of Humboldt-University Berlin, invites you to
"Pierrot le fou" ("Elf Uhr nachts") at 8 pm in the history laden "Kinosaal"

Don't miss out on watching Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina appearing in a story that jumps between comedy, tragedy and thriller...and meet Rosa Bernstein's friends.