Press Releases tagged with dresses

Milliner Karen Morris, Minneapolis

PATTERN IS THE FASHION IN DRESS & ACCESSORIES AT THE 5TH AMERICAN FINE CRAFT SHOW AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM NOV. 18-19

Released: November 10, 2017

90 exhibitors in all fill the Beaux-Arts Court in time for holiday shopping  Pattern enhances many of the tunics, T-shirts, jackets, coats, hats and luxury accessories at the fifth American Fine Craft Show Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Museum November 18-19, 2017. Fashion and accessories designers join jewelers and other artisans in the museum’s handsome Beaux-Arts Court the weekend before Thanksgiving, in time for holiday shopping.             Here are just some of the examples:  “When I was first introduced to weaving in the early 80s,” said Marsha Fleisher, Loominus, Woodstock, N.Y.,...


This original painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988), who died from a heroin overdose in his New York studio at age 27, will be sold at auction November 21st, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, authenticated as original, will be sold Nov. 21st in Nashville

Released: September 17, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Fifteen gowns and dresses previously owned by Whitney Houston, some worn on-stage and others at events and galas, plus some of the late singing legend’s personal effects (such as pins, costume jewelry and other stage items), will be sold at public auction on Saturday, Nov. 21st, by Stevens Auction Company, at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort. The Whitney Houston items are the undisputed stars of the auction, but also sold will be many fine antique items, pulled from prominent estates and collections from Texas to the East coast. Includes will be priceless Ameri...


Courtesy of Waddington's

Iconic Gowns from the Wardrobe of Princess Diana up for Auction

Released: June 10, 2011

Waddington’s auction house of Toronto, Canada will feature 14 iconic dresses from the wardrobe of the late Diana, Princess of Wales in their June 23, 2011 auction, with one of the gowns expected to bring as much as one million dollars.  Artfact Live! will provide live online bidding for the sale, which will draw national and international bidders.  The collection of dresses was originally purchased at auction in 1997 by Tampa businesswoman Maureen Dunkel, just eight weeks before Diana was killed in a Paris car crash.  After Diana’s death, Dunkel organized a non-profit fou...


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