New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has opened its doors to Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, an exhibition that highlights McQueen’s unconventional, and often provocative, fashion collections. Fashionistas and intrigued visitors alike continue to flood to the Met, anxious to catch a glimpse of Alexander McQueen’s art.
In response to overwhelming entrance demands, the Met partnered with SCVNGR to launch the McQueen Line Trek: The Taming of the Queue. The trek encourages Met visitors to have some fun and explore the famed Museum’s collections while they’re waiting in line. Not to mention it can be played via text or by downloading the free SCVNGR app.
Better yet, playing the McQueen Line Trek: The Taming of the Queue on SCVNGR can unlock this McQueen at the Met badge! Just be sure to keep your eyes on the real prize: an exhibition of stunning clothing made from clam shells, vulture skulls, and duck feathers.
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, is located in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Exhibition Hall and is free with Museum admission. For more information, including extended exhibition hours, please visit Alexander McQueen: Savage Beatuy.