Lauren Bacall To Be Honoured At FIT Museum | Fashion News – Conversations About Her

Lauren Bacall To Be Honoured At FIT Museum | Fashion News

Conversations About Her

Lauren Bacall To Be Honoured At FIT Museum | Fashion News

 

Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall, who passed away last August at the age of 89, is to be honoured in a new exhibit at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in New York City. The exhibit, entitled Lauren Bacall: The Look, will be devoted to Bacall’s classic style and will feature galleries of selections taken from the 700+ items Bacall donated to the Museum between 1968 and 1986.

 

Among the choices are on-screen styles such as the Norman Norell wool coat Bacall wore in the 1964 film Sex and the Single Girl and off-screen ones like a menswear-inspired black silk Emanuel Ungaro trouser suit, as well as a daring silk Christian Dior gown with ostrich feathers accenting the wrists and hemline.

 

There will also be a multitude of photos lining the walls of the exhibit of both Bacall and five of her favoured designers – Norman Norell, Marc Bohan for DiorPierre CardinYves Saint Laurent, and Emanuel Ungaro. The show will be open for a month, starting on the 3rd of March. You can find out more about The Museum of FIT here.

 

 

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