The Broad: Takashi Murakami

    I have a matching “wish list” that I keep in the back of my head while searching for outfits.  Usually these pieces are personal favorites or they are really difficult to match. Sometimes while searching for a specific piece, I’ll come across an outfit that matches one of these “wish list” pieces and when that happens, it’s pure elation!

    A perfect example of a wish list piece is Takashi Murakami’s “Hustle’n’Punch by Kaikai and Kiki” at The Broad. I have searched for a dress to match this piece for far longer than I care to admit! The piece is bright, fun, very pink, and visually quite dizzying in the best way possible. Over the course of several months, I came across about three or four dresses that would have matched just fine and I’m sure everyone would have liked them! However, because I love this piece so much, it was really important for me to find the best match possible and I found it while looking at Temperley London’s latest collection. The dress is a work of art in of itself – the embroidery is beautifully articulated and the palette is uber feminine. If I could pick a “dream” collaboration with one brand, it would be with Temperley. The silhouettes are so unique and flattering!!

  • The Broad: Ellsworth Kelly

    This weekend I went on a whirlwind one day trip to Los Angeles to visit The Broad in Downtown LA. I wasn’t able to visit the museum the last time I was in town…

  • Beach Day

    I’ve had this Anthropologie dress in my closet for years and it is still one of my go-to Summer frocks. The dress is by Dream Daily by Rozae Nichols (who is the creative director of Clover…

  • Jeff Koons At Golden 1 Center

    Here’s another example of a piece of art that I’ve wanted to match for a long time now! Ever since Jeff Koons’ sculpture, “Coloring Book” arrived in Sacramento at Golden 1 Center, I have had…

  • Meta To Match

    Sometimes you just have to make fun of yourself – and that’s what I had in mind for my April Fools post this year! The Philadelphia Museum of Art  invited me to participate in their #DuchampScandal, which was…