On the pages of Marie Claire, Rebecca Moses has outlined one of the most beautiful trips in Italy (and delicate) ever. It was 2014, and the American illustrator and designer signed a journey through the fashion capitals on MC2 Accessories Celebration Issue and simultaneously in an exhibition in the open air in via della Spiga in Milan. In love with the Great beauty that brought her to Milan as a consultant for major fashion brands ( "My revolution twenty years ago and is part of Italy," she told us here ) now she returns to exhibit their work in its New York , the city where she currently lives. The event, Mes Demoiselles: Imperfectly Perfect , a new exhibition of art and fashion which gathers 25 artists' mannequins made by Rebecca.
Mes Demoiselles Imperfectly Perfect, surrounded by her unmistakable illustrations, is a series of tailored suits made with the first collection of fabrics from Ralph Pucci, leader of the mannequins market for over 40 years, hosting the exhibition at 44 West 18th Street in New York from 8 December. "When I saw Rebecca’s illustrations in her book A Life of Style I hit her perception of beauty and its message: be unique. In the book writes: "crooked nose, frizzy hair, big eyes. These elements together form my style. Perfect? Imperfect? Who knows." I knew that this was exactly what we needed to take a step forward. " In short: if you love the contamination between fashion and illustration , and if you're planning a winter getaway in New York this is definitely the stop not to be missed.
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By Marie Claire