Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion

July 20, 2019–January 5, 2020, Morris A. and Meyer Schapiro Wing and Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, 5th Floor #pierrecardinbkm

Lucky for me, my sister Jasmin is a Brooklyn Museum member, we got to your the exhibition before it was open to others.

You can read more in-depth of his amazing futuristic collection, that definitely inspired many after him.


And here’s a glimpse of what I got first look at…

I’ll be first to say, his name did not ring a bell to me but once I walked in, I knew his work. (I should be ashamed)

I’ve come across some if not a lot, that I would so totally wear!!

This iconic Jackie O’ piece… UghMazing!!

One of my favorite eras in fashion, I must say is the 60’… Women dressed so elegant at all times.

I mean I sooooo see me in this!!

Here comes the 70’ bold colors & fun prints.

These style is still being made… And I must say (depending on the brand) are the most comfortable work shoes.

He also was known for his on-set costume work, for movies and shows. Star Treck?! He did that!! Creating unisex styles.

Let’s just say he was a risk-taker.

Men’s wear. Yes, those are thigh-high boots for men.

He played with different materials, which are now are common.

His accessories were bold and amazing.

Ps. This was my favorite display, inspiring my fall 19’ collection!

Also a must have piece in my closet like yesterday!

Hats, Hats, and more Hats!

I mean this was in style not that long ago.

Okay so this is where things get really good..

The displays we’re all beautiful!

He definitely took you to space.

Naomi Campbell in Peirre Cardin

Just showered you with my favorites.

The last room was so far advanced in the future… Back in the 60…

So this small clip coming up.. Is everything.

The Jetson season 1!!! In the 60…

Mrs Jetson In Pierre Cardin!!

Also I cut it short but they also had face time in the show! Like the creator of that show is a genius!!

That’s a wrap! If you want to see more or a closer look, visit the Brooklyn Museum! First Sunday of the month admission is free but exhibit tickets are sold separately.


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