PHILADELPHIA — Two years after his death, Tom Marotta, who was vice president of couture at Saks Fifth Avenue, is being honored in his hometown with an exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art called “Inspiring Fashion: Gifts From Designers Honoring Tom Marotta.”
Sponsored by Saks and housed in the museum’s Perelman Building, the show features the work of 17 American and European designers. It will be on display through the summer and will remain in the museum’s permanent costume and textile collection. Kristina Haugland, associate curator of costume and textiles, spent two years on the exhibit along with a team from Saks.
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