CFDA’s 50 Years of American Fashion
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is celebrating 50 years of cultivating American Fashion and putting American Fashion Designers’ work in the limelight with an exhibition debuting Friday, February 10, 2012 at the Museum of FIT. ”Impact: Fifty Years of the CFDA” showcases collections from over 500 designers from 1962, when the CFDA was founded by Eleanor Lambert, to present day. I know I am looking to book my ticket to pay the exhibit a look-see!
additional images of the exhibit:
A glimpse of some of the women’s wear featured including the gold billowy gown with black lace top by Oscar de la Renta‘s Spring 2012 collection…I’m obsessed.
A view of menswear from the exhibition.
The opening wall beginning with Pauline Trigère‘s Sixties graphic coat.
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