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Gleaning inspiration

Yesterday, my talented artist friend, Adrienne invited me to a preview of The Costume Institute’s spring 2017 –  Japanese fashion designer Rei Kawakubo’s exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through September 4th.  The two of us were reeling with excitement and ideas and decided to collaborate on some of my future photoshoots.

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I showed her images of some of the hats that two talented designers, Helen of Helena Rose  and Fatima Goldntima created for me and the ideas flowed.  I can’t wait to create some magic with her.

 

 

If you get a chance and you love fashion, you should get over to the museum.  There’s an Irving Penn exhibit through July 30th and Age of Empires – Chinese Art of the Qin & Han Dynasties (221 BC – AD 220) which runs through July 16.  And the admission fee is just a suggested donation, give what you please.

I can’t wait to continue shooting my underwater fashion project with some of the creative concepts that are swirling in my head.

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