This was candy for the fashion eye. This exhibit was filled.....and I do mean filled, from bottom to top, for those who love fashion, it will not disappoint. When you walk in to the exhibit, you enter into HIS world of design, and then the fashion journey begins and you can get whiplash looking left to right. I made an effort to capture it, but you need to see it for yourself. The Brooklyn Museum will host the fashion icon until February 2022. For more info check here, Christian Dior Designer of Dreams Want to know more about Dior, check out these documentaries. The World of Monsieur Dior in His Own Words Christian Dior: The Man Behind the Myth...
Find out more about the festival here: https://www.atcfestivals.com/juneteenth/#1617039876488-da8831a9-46d4 For more info from Alter Me Perfect: https://www.altermeperfect.com/ Carl Lindsay is also looking for more designers and models https://www.altermeperfect.com/designersignup https://www.altermeperfect.com/modelsignup A little history about Juneteenth Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, a Union General rode into Galveston, Texas to announce that the Civil War had ended, and slaves had been freed.
It's always a great day to visit the museum and be inspired. The Brooklyn Museum Hosts the incredible Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion. The exhibit opened July 20, 2019 and will close January 5, 2020. Scroll down for a taste of the show. You can find out more about the showcase here. More Photos
In 15 days I have made 15 videos. The VEDA calendar asks What have you learned after 15 days of video making? HALF WAY! Well I have learned that I can make 15 Videos and they can be creative and interesting. I was able to explore some skills I never knew I had. This video was the full fashion show of my friend Douglas Says... Also see the show covered by Joe Clarke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WPlR2jdZ9g Here is my view