Thursday, May 6, 2010

Polyvore + Brooklyn Museum: American High Style Exhibition


We're excited to announce our partnership with the Brooklyn Museum for the American High Style exhibition, a collection of iconic fashions and the French designs that influenced them. One of the premier costume collections in the country, the exhibition is on display May 7 through August 1, 2010 and consists of dressed mannequins and a selection of hats, shoes, sketches, and other fashion-related material. Together with the Brooklyn Museum, we've created an immersive and unique experience that enables museum visitors at the exhibition, as well as online, to mix and match over 300 images of apparel, shoes and accessories - ranging from ball gowns to beachwear. With our styling tool, you'll be able to create your very own interpretation of this national costume collection and resulting creations will be published to the museum's website and also showcased on Polyvore.

If you're in the New York City area, be sure to check out this exciting exhibition and create your own American High Style remix! For more information on the exhibition, please visit the Brooklyn Museum website.

7 comments:

moɴCʜɑɴ℮ʟ ♪♫ said...

You are all amazing at Polyvore... with the partnerships you make happen! What a great opportunity for everyone!

TheStrawberryFields said...

Congrats guys that sounds pretty amazing :) Unfortunately i am nowhere near New York but it would be great to see some pictures from anyone who does go!

Mylovelycat said...

Congratulations Polyvore for this lovely partnership! I'd love to see the exhibition and create a set there!

fashionsake said...

This is phenomenal! Congrats!

Anonymous said...

creativity is the source for creating a market niche in the industry.it creates a lot of consumer business.marketing is a very important factor in business.
this dressing up of manniquins creates interest and a market
it draws to the attention of the publics eye

Amber Nefertari said...

wow this is awesome !

Anonymous said...

I made some sets already with the Brooklyn museum pieces.