ot many of Keckley's designs still exist actually. And even with those pieces that do exist, there’s a question as to whether they can be attributed to Keckley. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has a Mary Lincoln gown, a purple velvet dress with two bodices, that the first lady wore during the second presidential inauguration. There’s a buffalo plaid green and white day dress with a cape at the Chicago History Museum. At the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Illinois, you’ll find a black silk dress with a strawberry motif that you’d wear to a strawberry party, which was a 19th-century Midwestern picnic tradition, but it’s disputed as to whether or not it’s a Keckley.
Celebrate New Year's Eve In Style at Dean of Fashion!
Enjoy live entertainment from Devin Crutcher & KaTrenia Upshaw
Hor d'oeuvres and free champagne Toast at Midnight!
VIP includes admission for two, complimentary wine bottle, and seating where you will enjoy an upclose and personal experience with the band.
Only 50 tickets will be sold to the exclusive and private event!
Dress to Impress
Coat Check will be provided
December 31, 2016
9 p.m.- 1 a.m.
5963 Summer Ave
Tickets available at EventBrite.
In the performance Solange in wearing a piece designed by Tine and Tim White. The costume is woven to attache her to her background singers. The symbolism, the dance choreography, the staging....everything about this just screams YES to me.