See This : Wear That | Making Their Mark

See This : Wear That

*image source: Shah Garg Foundation*




To celebrate the end of Women's History Month, I like to feature Making Their Mark, a vibrant group show showcasing more than 80 influential female artist of the last 8 decades.

This particular exhibit was not on my radar when I set off for my last gallery visit. I was walking down 22nd St. having just finished my planned stops and as I was passing by I just thought, why not, let's see what's going on here. Needless to say, I was so happy I did.

Spread throughout 2 floors, you can feel the magnitude of talent and the championing of female excellence in this space. As you weave through the works, there is such a sense of discovery and awe. The beauty of the show is truly in the diversity of formats and mediums, and the variety of styles and artistic movements brought together. It's so refreshing to see such groundbreaking work displayed amongst one another. As curator Cecilia Alemani notes the importance of this intergenerational exhibition, you can feel the dialogue of the historical impact between these women and their art.

With a group show, it is super fun to go with some friends and see what everyone is drawn to. Right now I tend to lean towards sculpture, so for me I loved the Barbara Chase-Riboud, Carol Bove, and Sheila Hicks pieces. Currently on view in New York presented by the Shah Garg Foundation the show will travel next to Berkley, Ca in October and then on to St. Louis, MO for September 2025. I highly recommend it and if you do go, please let me know which pieces you were drawn to!

The weather right now is ideal for layering without that feeling of being bogged down by your clothes. This time I wore our Pisco Top, a long sleeve jersey slub crew neck shirt as a base layer. I paired that with our Sofia Skirt, the ultimate a-line satin mini skirt. On top I wore the Perth Jacket, a boxy fit cotton twill utility jacket with an oversized boiled wool sweater underneath.

I am still feeling the over the knee lug sole boots, and they are so perfect with a mini skirt if I must say. Added my usual chunky silver jewelry, some shades and the Paris Bag, which I wore with the strap at full length but just to one side to not compete with the bold zipper on the jacket.

Go see Making Their Mark on view in NYC until March 23rd and let me know which works you were most excited about!


548 W 22ND ST NY, NY 10011


11AM - 6PM


See This : Wear That | Making Their Mark
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