I became more interested in Dalida, the woman who inhabited these fabulous clothes that create a dreamy wardrobe.
I’m being drawn to unique style. The deeper my connection is to the style I like, the more I will find and collect it.
So, in the end, we need art in fashion to ensure that, after all of the practicalities are met, we each look like the ideas that we speak.
While I would never profess to possibly share anything with her family, her personal story is what makes me consider what I possibly share with Peggy Guggenheim.
Since living your best life is what I intend to inspire and encourage, I naturally think about what inspires you to live fully.
Recently, at the annual New York Fashion Conference, it was a privilege to meet to interact with a designer who develops new ideas in fashion.
All the shopping, museuming, and meeting with Sébastien made me want to write this love letter about wardrobes to you.
I hope you’ll take a few moments to join me in remembering a dear and inspiring colleague who will always mean so much to me.
It was a wonderful experience for all three of us, as we relate through color by taking what we know and love and applied it to these artworks.
The exhibit demonstrates and details how equalizing fashion in an age of technology is impacting tailoring and dressmaking; embroidery; featherwork; lacework; leatherwork; pleating; and toiles.