Thunderbird Powwow held at the Queens County Farm Museum in Queens, NY between July 24th to July 26th featured dancers, clothing and jewelry from more than 40 Native American nations.
Here were some #powwow Instagram posts of the event:
The natural setting of the Queen County Farm Museum was the perfect setting for a Pow Wow dance.
For additional information about future Thunderbird Pow Wow events, visit
Thunderbird American Indian Dancers. And check out the Queens County Farm Museum when you can.
(Photos: Autumn de Wilde)
Today the exhibition Rodarte: States of Matter organized by MoCA Associate Curator Rebecca Morse opened to the public. The exhibition includes over 20 designs from the label’s various collections as well as the gorgeous ballet tutus conceived for the feature film, Black Swan. Since launching their label Rodarte in 2005, sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy have designed collections that elegantly merges fashion with fine art. Further intermingling art and fashion, Alexandre de Betak (best known for his elaborate runway show sets) was enlisted to help add a little drama to the installation.
Rodarte: States of Matter is the sisters’ first solo exhibition on the West Coast and runs from March 4, 2011 – June 5, 2011 at the MoCA’s Pacific Design Center.
Lady Gaga’s Rolling Stone, Elle and Cosmo covers were all best-sellers, which helped increase magazine sales. So it is no surprise that she will grace the March cover of US Vogue. Wearing Haider Ackermann with bleached brows and a pink wig, Clara Bow style… she is sure to continue to boost magazine sales.
Vogue begins the new year with a “Kate Moss Special” in the January 2011 issue of Vogue Nippon, which captures the British model’s career in candid photographs taken over the years. Shot by Mario Testino, they are styled with a little rocker chic with a feminine romantic vibe… not unlike Kate herself.