DEPESHA is hosting a private tour of Daphne Guinness exhibition at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology on Thursday, October 6th, 2011 at 7 PM.
Photography Rene Habermacher.
Throughout the exhibition, guests will be guided by Dr. Valerie Steele, director and chief curator of The Museum at FIT, and a co-curator of Daphne Guinness exhibition.
A private tour of Daphne Guinness will be followed by a wine reception (at 8 PM) at a neighboring chic CATM Chelsea gallery (500 West 22nd Street). Wines are sponsored by Telavi Marani Winery, Georgia: http://marani.co/
Only a limited number of tickets are available for this private tour experience and an opportunity for personal interaction with the exhibition's co-curator.
From left: dress and hooded coat by Gareth Pugh; ensembles from the “Sparkle” section of the exhibition. New York Times. About the exhibit
Daphne Guinness, one of today’s most original fashion icons, is the subject of the exhibition Daphne Guinness at The Museum at FIT. On view through January 7, 2012, the exhibition features approximately 100 garments and accessories from Guinness’s personal collection, plus films, videos, and images, of and by her.
A close friend of the late Alexander McQueen, the exhibition will include more than two dozen McQueen garments which have never been displayed. Also featured will be extraordinary haute couture from Chanel, Dior, Givenchy, Lacroix, and Valentino, as well as demi-couture by Azzedine Alaia, Dolce & Gabbana, and Rick Owens, and futuristic styles by young designers such as Gareth Pugh. Clothes that Guinness has designed herself will show her love of uniforms.
Another exhibition highlight will be a wide range of extraordinary accessories, many of which were created in collaboration with Guinness. These include Philip Treacy’s hats and Shaun Leane’s “armor” jewelry, as well as the famed towering platform shoes by Nina Ricci and those made especially for Daphne by Christian Louboutin and Noritaka Tatehana.
From left: dress and hooded coat by Gareth Pugh; ensembles from the “Sparkle” section of the exhibition. New York Times.
About the exhibit