Since I enjoyed it so much, I thought you might as well. There are 70 pieces in the collection, so it's a fairly large exhibit. I'm showcasing just a few of my favorites.
Loved this simple piece, basically just rectangles.
The gathered neckline on this dress made for the most attractive and feminine design.
Structure and drape combined.
This is a very different piece, but interesting and inspiring. From Commes des Garcons, entitled, "Body Meets Dress, Dress Meets Body." The sections and drape of the skirt is especially interesting.
Loved this pieced and structured bustier.
Interesting tweed suit. I really liked the sleeve detail.
From Issey Miyake. Pleated fabric with a play on stripes. Beautiful.
This skirt was paired with a different shirt. Take note of the tie that is attached to the waistline of the skirt and then wraps around the waistline. This is a fairly heavy skirt, so the tie helps to hold the skirt in place. Love the pocket detail.
From Issey Miyake. Spring/Summer 1989. What caught my eye was the amazing sleeve.
This dress has the feel of a kimono, but given a modern twist with the neckline and sleeves.
And finally, I just couldn't take enough pictures of this dress. From zippers, to buckles, to drapes, so much inspiration.
The exhibit runs through May 28, 2017, so if you are in or near Denver, I highly recommend the exhibit.
Hope you enjoyed this little taste!