Whatever could have brought about this game of baseball, or softball? Judging by the clothing, it’s pretty much assured this was not planned. But it’s October, and that means it’s always good for a quick game before the season ends.
As for news, the fashion world is being over-shadowed by all the misery that is enveloping our world at present. I’ll try to lighten the mood, but even the fashion news has a dark side. So for that reason, I’m skipping the Harvey Weinstein story and his connection to fashion.
- The next fashion and couture auction from Karen Augusta will be held October 25 in New York City. It looks to be a great one.
- The Items: Is Fashion Modern at MOMA is getting a lot of press.
- And if you can’t see it, you can experience much of the content through MOMA’s online course at Coursesa, Fashion As Design.
- Textile Conservator Nora Meller reflects on her two weeks at the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Textile Conservation Studio.
- A bit of advice: never try to explain an inspiration for a costume design to the woman who actually was the costume designer.
- The Museum at FIT presented a symposium, Fashion, Science, and Exploration, to accompany their current exhibition of the same name. And you can watch it all.
- Here’s the story behind the 1920s Oxford Bags fad. Thanks to Nann for the link.
- In Daring Fashion: Dali and Schiaparelli opens next week at the Dali Museum in St. Perersburg, Florida.