SCAD Museum: Carla Fernández

I meant to post this information a few months ago and somehow was delayed. The texture and creativity interwoven into this clothing is absolutely stunning.

Upon arriving in Savannah, one of the first stops was to the SCAD {Savannah College of Art & Design} museum to see the Carla Fernández exhibit “Think Twice”, she’s a fashion designer from Saltillo, Coahuila who gained international recognition for precise documentation and preservation of the rich textile heritage of Mexico’s indigenous groups.

These pieces were reinterpreted for the André Leon Talley Gallery with Fernández’s recent pieces, videos and a specially commissioned floral intervention by Flores Cosmos.

Carla Fernández’s pieces have been featured in Elle, Vogue, i-D, Wallpaper*, T: The New York Times Style Magazine and the Los Angeles Times.

SCAD Museum of Art

Stay stylish,
Kathleen

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2 thoughts on “SCAD Museum: Carla Fernández

  1. Hi, Kathleen, thanks for visiting with us in Paris – definitely a stylish city, except maybe in late November 😳 As a matter of fact, we noticed how elegant the ladies in the Baltic countries are when we traveled there in September. Cheers!

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