Visit Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams at The Brooklyn Museum
If you are a fan of fashion, history or Hollywood glamour, be sure to check out the Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibit at The Brooklyn Museum. The incredible exhibit is currently on display through February 20th. It is a fantastic way to spend a day this winter. Keep reading to find out more.
The exhibit encompasses the history and current presence of the House of Dior. You will be in awe as you stroll through the incredible display of world class designs, old videos, and sketches. You will take a trip through time as you explore the designers from Christian Dior himself to the later artistic directors, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons, and Maria Grazia Chiuri. The exhibit, which runs through February 20th requires tickets- be sure to book online as the spots fill up quickly. Visit the Brooklyn Museum website to buy tickets.
Aside form the breathtaking apparel designs, you will be awestruck by the actual displays. The displays were worked on by Florence Müller, Avenir Foundation Curator of Textile Art and Fashion, Denver Art Museum, in collaboration with Matthew Yokobosky, Senior Curator of Fashion and Material Culture, Brooklyn Museum. The entire experience will leave you inspired! Each room of the exhibit provides a completely new experience!
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Make A Day Out Of It
If you are looking to make a day out of your trip to the Brooklyn Museum, check out Faun located at 606 Vanderbilt Ave for lunch or dinner. It has an exceptional menu (personally love their brunch!) and a cute back patio with outdoor tables and heaters too! After the Dior exhibit, be sure to wonder through the remaining floors of the Brooklyn Museum!
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