It’s Seafood Day at Ayala Cen­ter Cebu on Oc­to­ber 15


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IT’S a good day to have shrimp, tuna, salmon and Lon­don’s fa­mous fish and chips. Or­der the fea­tured seafood dish and get a com­pli­men­tary dish at Ital­ianni’s, Watami, The So­cial, Sumo Sam, Golden Cowrie, Seafood Is­land or Hukad on Oc­to­ber 15.

Use your credit, debit or pre­paid Mastercard from any par­tic­i­pat­ing or spe­cialty restau­rant to re­ceive a raf­fle coupon to get a chance to win a trip for two to Lon­don and Paris com- plete with city tours, lux­ury ac­com­mo­da­tions, land trans­fers and din­ner at three Miche­lin-starred restau­rants.

Get two raf­fle coupons for ev­ery trans­ac­tion made at restau­rants that par­tic­i­pate in the Cof­fee Day on Septem­ber 28. Present to the concierge near Vero Moda a valid trans­ac­tion slip of at least P1,000 is­sued be­tween Au­gust

17 to De­cem­ber 31, 2018.

For more de­tails on BonAp­per­trip, like Ayala Cen­ter Cebu on Face­book at www.Face­ and fol­low @AyalaCen­terCebu on Twit­ter and In­sta­gram or call 888-3808 or 888-3790. NEW YORK—Next year’s Met Gala will be down­right campy.

No, se­ri­ously: The Met­ro­pol­i­tan Mu­seum an­nounced Tues­day that “Camp: Notes on Fash­ion” will be the ti­tle of its next block­buster spring Cos­tume In­sti­tute ex­hibit. The ex­hibit is launched each year by the star-stud­ded Met Gala, where at­ten­dees are en­cour­aged to dress ac­cord­ing to the pre­scribed theme.

The mu­seum said in a state­ment that the ex­hibit will get its frame­work from a 1964 es­say by Su­san Son­tag, “Notes on ‘Camp.”’

The show “will ex­am­ine how fash­ion de­sign­ers have used their metier as a ve­hi­cle to en­gage with camp in a myr­iad of com­pelling, hu­mor­ous, and some­times in­con­gru­ous ways,” it said.

The Met Gala, for­mally known as the Cos­tume In­sti­tute Ben­e­fit, is al­ways chaired by a team of high-wattage celebri­ties, and next year will be no ex­cep­tion. The May 6 af­fair, to be un­der­writ­ten by Gucci, will be chaired by pop star and ac­tress-of-the-mo­ment Lady Gaga, ten­nis star Ser­ena Wil­liams, and singer Harry Styles, along with Gucci de­signer Alessan­dro Michele and, as al­ways, Vogue ed­i­tor Anna Win­tour.

The new theme seems de­cid­edly more light­hearted than last year’s hugely suc­cess­ful “Heav­enly Bod­ies: Fash­ion and the Catholic Imag­i­na­tion,” about the re­la­tion­ship be­tween fash­ion and Catholi­cism.

That sump­tu­ous, sprawl­ing show drew more vis­i­tors than any Cos­tume In­sti­tute ex­hibit—more than 1.3 mil­lion to the Met’s main Fifth Av­enue lo­ca­tion, and nearly 200,000 to its Clois­ters branch—and in­deed was one of the most at­tended shows in the mu­seum’s his­tory.

“Fash­ion is the most overt and en­dur­ing con­duit of the camp aes­thetic,” said An­drew Bolton, cu­ra­tor in charge of the Cos­tume In­sti­tute and cre­ator of its block­buster shows. Bolton said the 2019 show would “ad­vance cre­ative and crit­i­cal di­a­logue about the on­go­ing and ever-evolv­ing im­pact of camp on fash­ion.”

The ex­hibit will fea­ture ap­prox­i­mately 175 ob­jects, not only cloth­ing but also sculp­tures, paint­ings, and draw­ings.

De­sign­ers to be fea­tured in the show in­clude: Cris­to­bal Ba­len­ci­aga, Thom Browne, Gucci, Marc Ja­cobs, Charles James, Chris­tian Lacroix, Karl Lager­feld, Prada, Ver­sace and many more.

“Camp: Notes on Fash­ion” will run from May 9 through Sept. 8. (AP)

IN THIS Mon­day, May 7, 2018 file photo, Anna Win­tour (left) and Bee Shaf­fer at­tend The Met­ro­pol­i­tan Mu­seum of Art’s Cos­tume In­sti­tute ben­e­fit gala cel­e­brat­ing the open­ing of the Heav­enly Bod­ies: Fash­ion and the Catholic Imag­i­na­tion ex­hi­bi­tion in New York.

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