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Liberace Museum to Close

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Las Vegas–Before Lady Gaga’s bubble dress, before Michael Jackson’s sequined glove and before Elton John’s feather boas, there was Liberace. And if you have this unsettling feeling the world is about to lose some of its glitz, you’re right. The Liberace Museum in Las Vegas, which celebrated the true King …

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Tatiana Sorokko “Style” Show Opens in Pheonix

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Pheonix—“Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style,” an inspiring and historical fashion design exhibition drawn from the private wardrobe and couture collection of international supermodel Tatiana Sorokko makes its U.S. debut today at Phoenix Art Museum. Spanning the 20th century through today, the exhibition is an engaging look at works by …

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Hot Heels Exhibit Celebrates High Style

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New York–All women guilty of teetering on too-high heels on too-uneven cobblestones will love the photo exhibit “Hot Heels & Cool Cobblestones, Nighttime Observations of Women’s Footwear in New York’s Meat Packing District.” The large-scale photos (4′ x 6′), taken by James Roderick Photography, will make those sky-high heels seem …

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Museum at FIT Explores Eco-Fashion

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New York—Want to think more about how the clothes and accessories you wear are produced and their environmental impact? The Museum at FIT celebrates green fashion with “Eco-Fashion: Going Green,” running from May 25 through Nov 13. The show explores fashion’s relationship with the environment and celebrates designers who use, …

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FIT Presents Delman Retrospective

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New York—Celebrating Delman’s 90th year in business, The Museum at F.I.T. presents “Scandal Sandals & Lady Slippers: A History of Delman Shoes.” Footwear on display—dating from 1926 to 2007—chronicles Delman’s creative past and close relationship with movie stars and society women. Delman’s “scandal sandal,” which laced provocatively up the calf, …