About 80 ensembles will be divided into two sections with the first area addressing the “Pretty in Pink” phenomena with 35 classic examples.
The Amsterdam-based couple started by dyeing carpets one winter day in a garden and now run a 12-person design studio with a Piet Odulf-designed garden.
RISD Apparel Design seniors were encouraged to consider what their collection would smell like if they were a perfume or a scent.
The Museum of Arts and Design honored artist Derrick Adams on Monday night.
Working with an eight-person team of artists to handcuff papers that look like lace for an installation in a 15,000-square-foot space is just one of the projects Christina Kim is leading.
NDA winners will have added reason to celebrate at the gala — the museum’s director Caroline Baumann received the insignia of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters in March.
Without any signs outside his atelier in Rome, Massimo Palmiero has quietly been designing jewels for clients since 1985 and is trying to appeal to New York clients, too.
In addition to her Broadway project, Prober will have a dress in “Fashion Unraveled,” when that exhibition bows May 25 at the Museum at FIT.
Mel Chin recruited Tracy Reese to design a water-inspired capsule collection that was sewn by workers trying to return to the workforce in Flint, Mich.
The work of 20 artists borrows from the Gilded Age aesthetic to relay issues like gender roles and societal tensions at the museum and in a PBS documentary.
“The Couturier” will run from May 10 to Oct. 7 at the museum.
Using the 18th century as a starting point, the body-focused exhibition caps off with more contemporary looks from Chromat’s Becca McCharen-Tran, Lucy Jones and Christian Siriano.