I usually attend fervently the exhibition that every year Vogue Us and the Costume Institute organize at the Met; but I have to admit, the "Camp: notes of Fashion" didn't meet my expectations. The aim was to talk about the camp culture, which started in the middle of the XVII century and culminates on the runaway in the current collections. 

I can't really say the reason I didn't appreciate it, maybe because it seemed poor of outfits or because I didn't enjoy the dresses exposed. But probably the curator obtained his purpose: to create something so extravagant, so artificial, so ugly to became beautiful.