Tag Archive | Pink Jacket

Pink Think of The Day: Pink Metallic Mesh Dress

Pink Metallic Mesh Dress
Photos By Gail

I saw this fabulous Pink Metallic Mesh Dress in a store on Greene Street in SoHo when I was party-hopping during the Open Showrooms evening that closes out the two-week long NYCxDesign event.

Pink Metallic Mesh Dress Detail

Here’s a detail shot of the mesh that I managed to get, even though at this point I was already too tipsy to remember to note the name of the store I was in. Oops.

Pink Metallic Mesh Dress

The camera roll on my phone tells me that pictures of the dress were taken at 31 1/2 Greene Street, but I looked up that address and I am pretty sure it was south of that exact location. It sure is a great-looking dress. I would wear it.

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Leather Biker Jacket At Bergdorf’s

Pink Leather Jacket
Photos By Gail

Do you like to have nice things? I sure do. I saw this Hot Pink Leather Biker Jacket hanging all alone on a rack at Bergdorf Goodman. The little silver tag inside the neckline says Georgio Armani, so  I was afraid to look at the price tag. However, I did rub it between my fingers, and it was very soft, like a little baby lamb.

Pink Leather Jacket

Even the back of it is insane looking. Want!

Pink Thing of The Day: Charles Ray’s Fall ’91

Charles Ray Fall 91
Photo By Gail

Many of Charles Ray’s best-known works are remakes of objects and people taken from the real world. Small but significant alterations to familiar situations give Ray’s practice a disquieting tension. Cloaked in simplicity, his often humorous creations comment on sculpture’s history, from its austere formal issues to its surreal psychological consequences. Ray imbues the tenets of classical sculpture, such as beauty, proportion, and facture, with a sly drama by inserting slippages, imperfections, or over–perfections in the physical makeup of his works. Fall ’91 (1992) depicts a woman  standing with her weight mostly on one foot in a common contrapposto pose. Modeled on a mannequin scaled to 8 feet tall, the sculpture looms large in a pink power suit that was fashionable in the fall of 1991. The result is both physically and psychologically daunting.

Photographed in The Broad Museum in Downtown Los Angeles.