Lookbook of Rodarte Collection| National Museum of Women in the Arts
National Museum of Women in the Arts
In moving to D.C., it’s been my mission to explore museums as I began to build comfort in this city. This afternoon, I had the opportunity to adventure to the National Museum of Women in the Arts to view the Rodarte Collection. I was immediately drawn in by this collection when I found out the designers are two women (also sisters) who found this brand based on their inspiration for visionary concepts, craftsmanship, and excitement for making a profound impact on the fashion industry.
In making my way through their collection, I noted what inspired me by each piece. From bold colors to their styling technique, I am blown away by their impeccable sense of creativity, attention to detail, and pairing of various textile combinations. From bold brights to winter whites, these sisters have laid a solid foundation for many to be inspired by (aka myself). As a curator and stylist, I’m always taking note of what I can do to challenge myself, improve my techniques, and inspire others through my selections and today was truly an experience of learning. I’m excited to share with you a lookbook of photos I took during my walk through of the collection. As a reference for myself and for you, I’ve commented below on what inspires me about each piece.
Enjoy and comment below on which selection(s) you love!