• A Look At The Rodarte Exhibit At The National Museum Of Women In The Arts

    10 days ago - By Refinery29

    Even if brick & mortar are on the decline, interest in fashion has not waned one bit. In fact, curiosity for clothes is at such a high that even if we can't buy it, we'll still show up to gawk. In recent years, the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has seen its highest numbers - ever - and they're not slowing down. It makes sense, then, that even smaller exhibits focused on certain designers, like the Rodarte exhibition at the National Museum for Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., are just as captivating and hold the potential to draw similarly endless lines. When...
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  • Rodarte honored by exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

    Rodarte honored by exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts

    10 days ago - By Fashion United

    The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., is celebrating its 30th anniversary in style - literally. Tomorrow, the museum unveils its first-ever fashion exhibition, dedicated to the work of sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, who founded the fashion house Rodarte in 2005.
    Featuring more than 90 complete looks from 18 collections, the exhibition is set to explore the sisters' distinctive design principles, material concerns and recurring themes throughout Rodarte's 13-year history.
    In addition to the runway outfits, visitors will also get to see Rodarte's ballet costumes...
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