I had the pleasure of attending an art exhibition curated by Ms. Lauryn Hill, in collaboration with Haitian Cultural Exchange, MoCADA and Nader Haitian Art. The Diaspora Calling! exhibit was held in the lobby of the Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. I may be biased, but Haitian art is my favorite art- the colors, themes and vibrancy are unmatched. The beautiful gold and red old-Hollywood style of the theatre was like an art piece in itself, with opera house and palace-like elements at every turn.
It is such a beautiful spring day, I decided to dabble with the 70's trend, but give it an updated feel. These suede high-waist skinny pants are a great way to modernize the 70's suede that is all over blogs and magazines this season. They're also super festival-friendly. A block heel with a touch of glitter seemed appropriate to finish the 70s-inspired look!
This white cropped top is also a a modern twist on a 70's inspired wardrobe piece. It's a structured cropped top with flared sleeves, a perfect piece for spring and for Coachella!