Georgia O’Keefe (1887-1986) was an American painter who’s work was centered around nature and American architecture. Her career spanned for almost a century and she goes down in history for her uniqueness, spirit, and role as a feminist icon. Although her paintings were labeled and gendered, O’Keefe remained ambiguous in her personal life, especially when it came to fashion. If you’ve ever been intrigued by the artist’s style and wanted a glimpse into her closet, consider this your special day.
An exhibit featuring 62 items from O’Keefe’s wardrobe will soon have a new home at the Brooklyn Museum. The artist’s garments will be displayed alongside a collection of some of her paintings, as well as portraits of O’Keefe by photographers Alfred Stieglitz, Ansel Adams, Andy Warhol, and Bruce Weber. The exhibit opens on March 3 and will run until July 23. Tickets are available here.