The pop-up Aveda studio in the American Apparel “Cheryl” room, where “the
makeover you never knew you wanted” was offered.
Fake blood waitresses at "Cheryl."
Sparkle manicures and serious hairpieces at “Cheryl.”
David Blane entertaining the crowd at a screening of Dressed for Dinner, his
film collaboration with Adam Kimmel.
A Brody Condon performance outfitted by Rodarte.
The denim perspective at “Carrie.”
Pre-paint job denim pieces for the collaboration between Cynthia Rowley and
Olaf Breuning at “Carrie.”
Soggy models, post-paint job and on cue for another at “Carrie.”
One-of-a-kind denim pieces post-paint job at “Carrie.”
The paint studio box at “Carrie.”
A performance of "Shade Compositions 2010" by Rashaad Newsome and outfitted
by Alexander Wang.
On the last weekend of October, I found myself at day two of MoMA P.S.1’s MOVE!, an event organized by V's Cecilia Dean and fashion journalist David Colman, showcasing collaborations between artists and designers. There was a lot going on over the two-day period, including performances like magic, and the museum was absolutely packed with people.
I didn’t get to catch everything, but what I did see was really awesome, particularly the performance of “Shade Compositions” by Rashaad Newsome and outfitted by Alexander Wang. Not only did the performers sound amazing but they also looked amazing in their monochromatic Wang outfits.