Halston & Warhol: Silver and Suede

In the worlds of fashion and art during the second half of the twentieth century, few figures are as iconic as Roy Halston Frowick and Andy Warhol. Halston and Warhol is a captivating exhibition that, for the first time, unites the work of these two legendary men, offering a unique perspective on the intersections between their lives and creative practice. Organized by The Andy Warhol Museum in collaboration with Lesley Frowick (the niece of Halston), Halston and Warhol integrates approximately 40 of Halston’s creations, including the iconic pillbox hat designed for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and his signature Ultrasuede shirtdress, with a broad selection of paintings, photographs, and videos by Warhol. It also features a variety of archival material and ephemera that further link the two men both creatively and socially and explore their shared influences and interests. Now at the Mint Museum, Uptown, until June 30.

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