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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Read the impressions of others, and questions asked for curator Dilys Blum.

i really liked it.really

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hope - 4.3.2011 - 3:45 PM
awesome

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fh sy - 4.3.2011 - 3:42 PM
i really liked it. it was the best exhibition ever!

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selia - 4.3.2011 - 3:41 PM
nice pleating. love the taffeta. colors were mesmerizing. wonderful experience.

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indian peeps - 4.3.2011 - 3:11 PM
Awesome! I loved all of the stuff it had. THE PURSES WERE BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!

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Sydney - 4.3.2011 - 3:09 PM
I loved the show, however I was very disappointed I could not walk around the dresses. There should have been mirrors so one could see the back of the dress.

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Phyllis Greenwell - 4.3.2011 - 2:54 PM
I would have appreciated a video of the skilled people who assembled the items as they worked.A more complete list of the materials used in the creation ... not just the fabric... would have been wonderful.Perhaps a paper comment sheet should be available as an option for ideas and appreciation.The exhibit is fabulous ... thank you for permitting me to see the entire garment, fashions being worn on the runway, and the bit of history. You offered me a very special day! I will encourage several friends to attend this .... and may return with them !!!

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Claudia - 4.3.2011 - 11:14 AM
this collection of dresses and other pieces of clothing was very original. i liked the designs and representations of things from the outside world shown in the clothes. my favorite was the blue strapless dress about halfway through with a short skirt and a lot of ruffles going up and down on the skirt. the top was tight, and i liked the overall design.

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zoe - 4.2.2011 - 4:31 PM
THE COLLECTION WAS VERY SPECIAL AND INDIVIDUALLY EXPRESSED A VERY DETERMINED MAN. ALTHOUGH I AM COLORBLIND THE VAST NUMBER OF SHADES WERE EASY ON THE EYE. MY GRANDMOTHER AND SISTER WERE DRESS MAKERS AND I FELT VERY MUCH AT HOME HERE.WONDERFUL EXHIBITION. THANKS FOR SHOWING IT HERE!

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DON DOYLE - 4.2.2011 - 3:35 PM
Gurllll!

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Roshandla Shanay - 4.2.2011 - 3:28 PM
The dresses themselves are fantastic works of art and should be able to be seen from all angles. The backs were hard to see or to get to

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rebecca - 4.2.2011 - 3:25 PM
people should wear his amazing work

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william - 4.2.2011 - 3:20 PM
We are eleven years old, and we want to be a fashion designer and this was a great inspiration!!!!!

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L - 4.2.2011 - 3:09 PM
I really do like the dresses, i would totally wear em! haha, this guy roberto was really cool, i would like to chill with hi,

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Matthew Markel - 4.2.2011 - 3:05 PM
Every dress was amazing.He was very talented and his dresses had so much potential! I loved it

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Serana - 4.2.2011 - 3:03 PM
Dude got trippy in the 60s with those cubes hangin' off the dress. Glad he went to India, got real again, and then owned the next three decades.

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SammyG - 4.2.2011 - 2:46 PM
Girl, it was wonderful haha, it would go great with my weave.

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Deshondla Charmanique - 4.2.2011 - 2:17 PM
The Angel of Gold is the most stunning piece in the entire exhibit. I wish I could wear it to my wedding!

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IZZY - 4.2.2011 - 2:13 PM
ANGEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLL

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ROFL - 4.2.2011 - 2:10 PM
The angel dress, the smoke dress, the kimono, and the forest goddess were the four dresses that stood out to me the most. The pleating work was magnificent and the color panels were inspired.

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Etch - 4.2.2011 - 1:55 PM