Oscar De La Renta at the De Young

A gorgeous retrospective of the late Oscar De La Renta's work. The De Young exhibit covers his early work from the 1960s to the end of his life in 2014, charting his success and the influences on his design from Spain, the Middle East, Russia and 18th century France. There were some beautiful parallels drawn between some of the couture and pieces from the museum's permanent collection, and a stunning room that showcased Marie Antoinette-esque gowns alongside footage from De La Renta's own, french-style garden in Connecticut.