The Museum at FIT - Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion Exhibit

The Museum at FIT
7th Ave

The Museum at FIT (MFIT) announced that it will reopen to visitors with the debut of a major exhibition, Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion, which explores how the rose has influenced the way we look, dress, feel, and fantasize. The rose and the savage t... more

The Museum at FIT (MFIT) announced that it will reopen to visitors with the debut of a major exhibition, Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion, which explores how the rose has influenced the way we look, dress, feel, and fantasize. The rose and the savage thorns that protect it—along with the symbolism and myths it has inspired—have long affected designers of fashionable dress, textiles, and accessories. This major exhibition foregrounds innovative and experimental designs, while recognizing that wearing or holding a rose can be transformative. The exhibition will run through November 28. Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion features more than 130 items ranging from the most luxurious hand-woven and embroidered 18th-century silks to the latest gender-neutral catwalk trends. Items were selected from the museum’s world-class collection and include a large group of hats, many of which are displayed for the first time. The garments and accessories are interpreted in the context of themes such as love, beauty, sex, sin, gendered identities, rites of passage, transgression, degradation, and death. The museum will be open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from noon to 8 pm, and Saturdays and ... more

The Museum at FIT (MFIT) announced that it will reopen to visitors with the debut of a major exhibition, Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion, which explores how the rose has influenced the way we look, dress, feel, and fantasize. The rose and the savage thorns that protect it—along with the symbolism and myths it has inspired—have long affected designers of fashionable dress, textiles, and accessories. This major exhibition foregrounds innovative and experimental designs, while recognizing that wearing or holding a rose can be transformative. The exhibition will run through November 28.

Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion features more than 130 items ranging from the most luxurious hand-woven and embroidered 18th-century silks to the latest gender-neutral catwalk trends. Items were selected from the museum’s world-class collection and include a large group of hats, many of which are displayed for the first time. The garments and accessories are interpreted in the context of themes such as love, beauty, sex, sin, gendered identities, rites of passage, transgression, degradation, and death.

The museum will be open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from noon to 8 pm, and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission is free. To avoid overcrowding, groups of people entering together should consist of no more than five friends or family members. The overall capacity of the museum has been reduced to 50%. MFIT hopes to increase capacity in the near future. Additional safety measures include hand sanitizer stations, and the removal of high-touch areas such as interactive displays, seating, and brochure kiosks. It is mandatory that all visitors, regardless of their vaccination status, wear a face mask while in the museum.


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The Museum at FIT - Ravishing: The Rose in Fashion Exhibit

Wed, September 22
12:00AM
$
Free
Thu, September 23
12:00AM
$
Free
Fri, September 24
12:00AM
$
Free
Sat, September 25
12:00AM
$
Free
Sun, September 26
12:00AM
$
Free
Wed, September 29
12:00AM
$
Free
Thu, September 30
12:00AM
$
Free
Fri, October 01
12:00AM
$
Free
Occurs 26 more times through Nov 06

The Museum at FIT

7th Ave
New York, NY 10001
(212) 217-4558
Website

Schedule

September 22, Wednesday 12:00AM
September 23, Thursday 12:00AM
September 24, Friday 12:00AM
September 25, Saturday 12:00AM
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Admission

Free

Category

Arts

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