And you simply MUST hit the Cloisters. It s affiliated iwth the Met, but at a different location. I can t tell you how to get there but anyone in NYC can.Message 1 of 6 , Jul 29, 2002View SourceAnd you simply MUST hit the Cloisters. It's affiliated iwth the Met, but at
a different location. I can't tell you how to get there but anyone in NYC
can. The tapestries, the architecture, the whole medieval atmosphere there
is to die for...
A headon collision between Morticia Adams and Martha Stewart.
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> You definitely want to go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is
> on 5th Avenue and 83rd street. Take the 4, 5 or 6 subway train to 86th
> street and Lexington Avenues and then walk over to 5th Avenue. You cannot
> miss it. The Costume collection is located downstairs and currently there
> an ADRIAN exhibit. I am not sure how long that the exhibit will last.
> rest of the museum is fabulous as well. Check out the African and Asian
> halls as they also have fabulous displays of historic cultural costumes as
> well as the Armour hall. Hope that this helps. You also have the
> Indian museum downtown if that interests you at all.
... for me to visit while there? I am catching a few musicals and plays while there for 8 days, including URINETOWN and THORUOUGLY MODERN MILLIE. Thanks forMessage 1 of 6 , Aug 3, 2002View Source
> >for me to visit while there? I am catching a few musicals and plays while
> > I have a favour to ask anyone out there. A few days ago there was info
>on the Costumers Manifesto about a costume place in NYC that has an
>interesting window display. I printed it and now can't find it and I'm
>visiting NYC from Hawaii (where I live) in Sept for my 25th wedding
>anniversary and want to visit. I'm also attending the New York Renaissance
>Fair while there. I've not been to NYC in 27 years, and not since becoming
>a theater costumer. Any places recommended
there for 8 days, including URINETOWN and THORUOUGLY MODERN MILLIE. Thanks
for the help. Poppy Shell
I have many suggestions!
First, Greenberg and Hammer, the store with the display advertised in on
57th Street between 5th and 6th Aves (not 100% sure of the closest ave.)
It's a small store on the south side of the street, so keep your eyes
Then, of course, there are the museums, they mentioned the Met and the
Cloisters. If you're into medieval garb, the cloisters is for you. You can
take the A train to 181st street, it's in a park which I forget the name of,
but you can ask for detailed driections at the Met, at 81st and 5th on the
park. Also check out the Frick, i think it's on museum mile (along the
park, 5th ave).
For shopping, don't miss the garment district. There is a fashion center
info booth at 7th ave and... 39th or 40th? Along 7th ave in the fashion
district there are fashion designer stars in the sidewalk.
More later, library closing
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I just joined and thought I had responded to you Poppy. If not, check out my website and stop by my storefront at 44 West 24th street. I can reccommend someMessage 1 of 6 , Aug 3, 2002View SourceI just joined and thought I had responded to you Poppy. If not, check out my website and stop by my storefront at 44 West 24th street. I can reccommend some things to see or do - but if you want to see costumes, just stand on a street corner for a few minutes!