If you're looking for a more engaging Easter activity than searching for slightly melted orbs of chocolate on someone's lawn, the Fabergé Big Egg Hunt might be your answer.
Today is the last day to participate in the hunt, for which Zaha Hadid, Tommy Hilfiger, Jeff Koons, and a laundry list of other artists, designers, and creative minds made egg-shaped sculptures and installed them in secret (but public) spaces around New York City. Tomorrow they'll "nest together" at Rockefeller Center before going to a live auction at Christie's.
Will any of the menswear designers involved in this project generate more money than that? Jon Koon of fashion brand Private Stock gold-leafed his egg and then covered it in the shattered pieces of precious Chinese vases from the era of Mao Zedong. Watch him at work in this video:
Below, a look at some of the other menswear designers who contributed eggs for the hunt—plus the current auction prices at time of publication.
—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.
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