NEUE GALERIE DESIGN SHOP PRESENTS OPIUM KIMONO DESIGNED BY MADELINE WEINRIB ATELIER

NEUE GALERIE DESIGN SHOP PRESENTS OPIUM KIMONO DESIGNED BY MADELINE WEINRIB ATELIER


NEW YORK (February 14, 2011)—In conjunction with the Neue Galerie’s upcoming exhibition, “Vienna 1900,” the museum Design Shop has collaborated with renowned textile designer Madeline Weinrib to create an exclusive kimono. Tailored from a hand-woven ikat fabric, the silk/cotton kimono is inspired by turn-of-the-century Austrian fashion, and conveys the Eastern influence on early 20th-century Viennese design.

The Opium pattern, an exclusive to the Neue Galerie, is woven into the fabric over the course of many months from resist-dyed silk threads. Incorporating Weinrib’s gorgeously suffused palette, the design unites her sensibility as a painter with centuries-old modes of craftsmanship. Each kimono is a hand-sewn collectible, available at the Neue Galerie Design Shop for $1,800.

One size
Two colorways: poppy or black and white
70% silk/30% cotton ikat
100% silk black grosgrain trim and sash

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT
Paul Landy
Creative Director, Design Shop
Neue Galerie New York
1048 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10028
Tel: +1 (212) 994-9489
Email: paullandy@neuegalerie.org