Space-agey French fashion has landed in New York—just in time to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s lunar voyage. “Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion,” at the Brooklyn Museum, traces the seven-decade career of the 97-year-old fashion designer. The retrospectivem which runs through January 5, 2020, includes some 170 objects dating from the ’50s to today. Of course, Cardin’s clothing is on display, from his iconic 1966 Target dress and Cosmocorps men’s suit from 1968 to his 1992 Parabolic gown. But, alongside archival photographs, sketches, and runway footage, are his lesser-known super-mod furniture designs. In a case of full immersion, Norm, the museum’s café, has been temporarily transformed into a stateside popup of Maxim’s de Paris, the legendary restaurant that opened in 1893 and Cardin purchased in 1981 and still owns today.
“Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion” Brings Space-Age French Design to Brooklyn
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