By Donna Rocco
The Costume Institute’s latest exhibition gives you an insider view of style icon Countess Jacqueline de Ribes. This countess ran her own design business from the early eighties until the mid-nineties. She was a muse, business women, interior designer and television producer. These images are of some of the gowns and dresses that are part of her collection.
The exhibit is located in gallery 980-981 of the Metropolitan Museum and closes February 21st.
Donna Rocco has loved photography from the moment she held the first camera in her hand and felt the connection between herself and the visual world. She has worked as a photographer for over two decades in areas including: advertising, editorial, live action, sports, promotion and portrait. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss photography projects and availability.