The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum both have amazing fashion exhibits on display right now. I know because I visited both museums a few weeks ago in New York. For those of you who don't know, my previous experience is in fashion, working as an account executive for Armani.
It is always amazes me to see historic fashion, I love to see what has changed, what has adapted, what has stayed, and what has come back. Unfortunately, I was unable to take photographs at the MET however, the Brooklyn Museum did allow non-flash Photography. Here are some of my favorites:
I love the summery stripes and florals
It always amazes me how styles in fashion and design come and go, while the cut of this 1950's dress may not be up to today's standards, the sari silk could be incorporated into any outfit or home of today.
I love the architectural feel of this clover ball gown, it is created with a wire underskirt.
I would love to have this Chanel in my closet.
I live outside of Boston with my husband, two children, and dog. For the past 8 years I have been working with clients to help them make their home dreams a reality. From helping to build homes from the ground up to helping round out already finished spaces, I listen to my clinets and let their vision guide our process. I have always been a creative person planning spaces and working to make them function better. After completing the Residential Interiors program at Boston Architectural College I learned how to combine my love for funcion and flow with my eye for color, scale, and balance. As a graduate of New York University's Stern School of Business, I understand project planning and budget management. My experience working with clients, contractors, and architects helps to coordinate and streamline the home building and renovation process, helping my clients to have the home they dream of with less of the stress that comes with building and decision making.