We can’t avoid our destiny, believes the celebrated couturier Christian Lacroix, who dreamed of becoming a curator in his youth, and is acting today as set designer for the exhibition “L’Orient des Femmes’ at the Musée du quai Branly.
Taking place from February 18 to June 5 2011 at the National Design Museum in New York, the exhibition will examine and showcase the most important creations of Van Cleef & Arpels that have influenced the history of design in the 20th century.
Wall Street's continuing rally and the improving finances of America's wealthy will keep luxury spending's hot streak alive in 2011, and the less well heeled are also poised to join the party, top retail executives said.
A gift of $10 million to The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch will support the creation of a major exhibition space within its Costume Institute. With more than 35,000 pieces, its costume collections constitute one of the largest and most comprehensive ones in the world.
This Thursday the Grand Palais will host the opening of a retrospective exhibition devoted to the italian jeweller. The exhibition will retrace the main chapters in Bulgari's history, from the opening of the first shop to the present day.