Worn to be Wild
Perhaps taking a nod from the Met's Costume Institute Exhibition "Punk: Chaos to Couture" held last spring (which opened with an often-scoffed reception where mainstream celebrities went "red-carpet punk" and got creative with eyeliner), Orange County's Muzeo hosts a collection dedicated to the epitome of American cool: the black leather jacket. In "Worn to be Wild," guests can view motorcycle jackets worn by legends like Joan Jett, Gene Vincent and Elvis Presley (the exhibit also feature's Elvis' 1956 K Model Harley Davidson), as well as movie memorabilia like Arnold's Terminator 2 leather jacket, custom punk jackets from the '80s, WWII military flight jackets, and original designs by Jean Paul Gaultier and Versace. There's also some leather shorts Fergie wore one time—just to prove it takes a lot more than a stylist to be a real badass.
Nov. 1-Jan. 12, 10 a.m., 2013
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