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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 love all the dresses and your wonderful creatations.

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Jahleah - 3.31.2011 - 4:02 PM
I love everything and keep up the good work hope i can come back.

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Halimah - 3.31.2011 - 4:01 PM
I love the orange and red dress.

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Tatianna - 3.31.2011 - 4:00 PM
I liked all the dresses I want to were one of them to my 8th grade graduation this was nice

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lia:) - 3.31.2011 - 3:59 PM
You did a great job, I love the white and the orange dress.

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Christina - 3.31.2011 - 3:58 PM
Hello I really enjoyed this exhibit and i love the dresses they are very pretty fashion is a wonderful thing

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Khadija - 3.31.2011 - 3:58 PM
The colors where absolutely fabulous but the showing was to dark and I could not appreciate all of the perfection.

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Tracee' - 3.31.2011 - 2:46 PM
Amazing! My perspective of fashion has been re-opened and completely exploded into a million other ideas and inspiration. Allen calls, must go. But I would definitely come back and revisit them again.

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Kanda Yu - 3.31.2011 - 2:29 PM
Being super rich, I see lots of pretty dresses. These were SUPER PRETTY!I tried to get my husband to by some... He refused.Darn.

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Bill's Wife aka Mrs. Kaulitz - 3.31.2011 - 2:28 PM
Dresses were magnificent!!! Is Mr. Cappucci alive today. I noted all of the fashions from my youth in the ready to wear ballon and asymmetrical dresses. The exhibit was unbelievably fantastic!!!

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Brenda D - 3.31.2011 - 1:16 PM
the gift shop sells stuff at absurd prices

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benji - 3.31.2011 - 11:50 AM
My daughter and i were enchanted with the exhibit. We did wonder why it was so dark, A little nore light would have helped. Also since thedreses were 3 dimensional, a mirror to show the part not facing front or a picture of the part of the gown that was partially obscured from view would have added to our enjoyment. This exhibit was exceptional and I have reccomended it to all my friends.

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Myrtie - 3.30.2011 - 9:58 PM
A movingly beautiful body of work, beautifully displayed. One question however, why no light in the back of many of the dresses? Many times we wanted to get a better look at the backs and they were hidden in shadow. Otherwise, a stunning show and good audiovisual commentary too.

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Pia - 3.30.2011 - 5:53 PM
Truly captivating! Beautiful artwork.

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Carissa - 3.30.2011 - 12:19 PM
Thank you for featuring this exhibit. It would be impossible for me to have enjoyed it any more thoroughly. I am amazed. Cappucci's expression of color, form, and texture will stay with me for a long time!

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Rosalie - 3.30.2011 - 10:18 AM
Originally Posted By Viveca
Ms Blum,
Mentioned several times on the audio is the weight of the dresses, particularly the later pieces. Could you give me an idea as to the weight, for example, of the second to last piece on display(white w/gold and turquoise).

The last group were designed as sculptures. I would guess they weigh between 30 and 50 pounds.

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Dilys Blum - Curator - 3.30.2011 - 9:39 AM
Absolutely wonderful! I loved the evolution of his work from items that could be worn to sculpture. I also remember the 50's and being a child and it was a great nostalgic trip back, via the film. Also, being of Italian - Roman and Tuscan heritage, It made me very proud!

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Karen - 3.29.2011 - 4:13 PM
Beautiful! Loved all of the dresses. Couldn't have asked for a better time!

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Carsyn - 3.29.2011 - 4:00 PM
Absolutely amazing, i loved the nature inspired dresses.

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Anonymous - 3.29.2011 - 3:59 PM
My favorite dresses were the fire and smoke dresses!!!!!!!

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Alina - 3.29.2011 - 3:58 PM