not only resisted sexist stereotypes through her paintings but you can see this with her wardrobe as well. She had bespoke suits made by custom men's tailor in Hong Kong and New York. Her wardrobe also had Asian influence with kimono, wrapped dresses and classic tunic blouses with detailed embroidery and grid pattern. Her wardrobe was more on black and white. Her style, androgynous. Her choices made her the talk of the town. She didn't care.
She liked masculine aesthetic in fashion.. but she also preferred ballet style shoes which she got in different colors from @ferragamo
As a young woman she stood out from the rest of the ladies as seen in her group picture. She was unconventional and independent. "The girls there thought I was pretty strange, and I thought they were pretty strange" Georgia O'Keeffe on Chatham Episcopal School
too bad if you missed this beautiful show. The artist who was way ahead of her time in Art and in fashion. #nyc #newyorkcity #newyork #brooklyn #elizabethsacklercenterforfeministart #feminist #art #artist