Summer is the time of lounging and hiding from the heat. Recent museum initiatives to digitize their collections allow one to browse these collections from the comfort of one’s own comfy sofa. I love this shift towards image availability because … Continue reading
Tag Archives: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Last week, I came across an article which highlights some recent textile finds in Milan. These relics are associated with the early Christian Saint Ambrose, who was elected bishop of the city of Milan in 374 C.E. What makes … Continue reading
Here in New York City, spring has been slow to appear. Bryant Park finally has pansies and daffodils, but it’s still been cold and blustery most of the month. We thought some embroidered spring flowers would help coax the real … Continue reading
This recent article in the New Yorker has gotten us very excited about the upcoming “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” exhibition at the Costume Institute!