Last night, I attended the opening reception of Finnish-born illustrator Kustaa Saksi's Hynopompic exhibition. Taking place for 48 hours only, the exhibition combines beautifully intricate wool jacquard weavings as well as projection. According to his bio, Saksi's illustrations "[radiate] meaning, bending what's real and distilling what's unreal." It's true -- the combination of organic forms with undulating patterns was transfixing.
Dress: L'Amour Nanette Lepore via JCP
Blouse: L'Amour Nanette Lepore via JCP
Boots: Franco Sarto
Photos by Meri Feir and myself.