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Wendi Murdoch, Vivienne Tam and Veronica Chou_Photo by Lia Chang 208

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Wendi Murdoch, Vivienne Tam and Veronica Chou_Photo by Lia Chang 208

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 133 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #tomford #yvessaintlaurent

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 133 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #tomford #yvessaintlaurent

Dr. Henry Kissinger, Oscar Tang, Emily K. Rafferty, Veronica Chou and her father Silas Chou, Wendi Murdoch, Esther and her husband filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, Metropolitan Museum of Art Director and CEO Thomas Campbell, and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, listen to remarks during a presentation of speakers at the press preview of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute exhibition

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Dr. Henry Kissinger, Oscar Tang, Emily K. Rafferty, Veronica Chou and her father Silas Chou, Wendi Murdoch, Esther and her husband filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, Metropolitan Museum of Art Director and CEO Thomas Campbell, and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, listen to remarks during a presentation of speakers at the press preview of the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute exhibition

Production designer Nathan Crowley, Douglas Dillon Chairman of the Department of Asian Art Maxwell K. Hearn, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Thomas P. Campbell, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, financier Silas Chou, Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton, Wendi Murdoch, and filmmaker Wong Kar=Wai attend the 'China: Through the Looking Glass' press preview at the Temple of Dendur at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2015 in New York City. Photo by Lia…

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Production designer Nathan Crowley, Douglas Dillon Chairman of the Department of Asian Art Maxwell K. Hearn, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, Metropolitan Museum of Art Director Thomas P. Campbell, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, financier Silas Chou, Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton, Wendi Murdoch, and filmmaker Wong Kar=Wai attend the 'China: Through the Looking Glass' press preview at the Temple of Dendur at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2015 in New York City. Photo by Lia…

Vivienne Tam_Photo by Lia Chang 199 #viviennetam #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Vivienne Tam_Photo by Lia Chang 199 #viviennetam #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Wong Kar Wai and Wendi Murdoch_Photo by Lia Chang 196 2015-5-14 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Wong Kar Wai and Wendi Murdoch_Photo by Lia Chang 196 2015-5-14 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

“Through the Looking Glass” translates into Chinese as “Moon in the Water.” In the Met’s Astor Chinese Garden Court, a moon was projected onto the ceiling and reflected in what appears to be a shallow pool. Dresses by John Galliano and Martin Margiela—which appear like apparitions on the water—were inspired by Beijing opera. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

“Through the Looking Glass” translates into Chinese as “Moon in the Water.” In the Met’s Astor Chinese Garden Court, a moon was projected onto the ceiling and reflected in what appears to be a shallow pool. Dresses by John Galliano and Martin Margiela—which appear like apparitions on the water—were inspired by Beijing opera. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Qipaos worn by Oei Hui- Ian, the third wife of the Chinese diplomat and politician Vi Kuiyuin Wellington Koo, and Soong Mei-ling, the wife of Chiang Kai-shek, a military and political leader and eventual president of the Republic of China. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Qipaos worn by Oei Hui- Ian, the third wife of the Chinese diplomat and politician Vi Kuiyuin Wellington Koo, and Soong Mei-ling, the wife of Chiang Kai-shek, a military and political leader and eventual president of the Republic of China. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Vivienne Tam_Photo by Lia Chang 218 #viviennetam #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Vivienne Tam_Photo by Lia Chang 218 #viviennetam #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Anna Wintour and Wendi Murdoch_Photo by Lia Chang 39 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #annawintour #wendimurdoch

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Anna Wintour and Wendi Murdoch_Photo by Lia Chang 39 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #annawintour #wendimurdoch

Ming Furniture Room Gallery View-Evening dresses, Valentino SpA (Italian, founded 1959), “Shanghai” collection 2013; Courtesy of Valentino SpA. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #valentino

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Ming Furniture Room Gallery View-Evening dresses, Valentino SpA (Italian, founded 1959), “Shanghai” collection 2013; Courtesy of Valentino SpA. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #valentino

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Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 105 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum #ralphlauren

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 223 #johngalliano #houseofdior #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 223 #johngalliano #houseofdior #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Semi-formal Robe for the Xuantong Emperor, 1909-1911 Yellow silk satin embroidered with polychrome silk and metallic thread Courtesy of The Palace Museum, Beijing. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Semi-formal Robe for the Xuantong Emperor, 1909-1911 Yellow silk satin embroidered with polychrome silk and metallic thread Courtesy of The Palace Museum, Beijing. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

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Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

2015-5-14 ChinaLookingGlass_Photo by Lia Chang 18 #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Chinese Ensemble, 1980s, worn by Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born Hong Kong, 1950-1990), Gray cotton twill, Courtesy of Muna Tseng; Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born Hong Kong, 1950–1990) “New York, New York, 1979,” From the East Meets West series, 1979–89 Silver gelatin print, Courtesy of Muna Tseng. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum

Lia Chang Photos: Inside “China: Through the Looking Glass” at The Met with Wong Kar-Wai, Vivienne Tam, Wendi Murdoch, Anna Wintour and More

Chinese Ensemble, 1980s, worn by Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born Hong Kong, 1950-1990), Gray cotton twill, Courtesy of Muna Tseng; Tseng Kwong Chi (American, born Hong Kong, 1950–1990) “New York, New York, 1979,” From the East Meets West series, 1979–89 Silver gelatin print, Courtesy of Muna Tseng. Photo by Lia Chang #chinalookingglass #metmuseum