Continued from yesterday.
dievca made her way home from the Met Museum to sit in the sun on her fire escape, take a nap and relax. she got up to hop in the shower and change for the rest of her full day.
What dievca wore:
Next on the agenda, a visit to Bard Graduate Center for an exhibition:
Fashion the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette
Running until July 26th, 2015.
The original show was offered at the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris in 2013. Curated by Denis Bruna, curator of pre-19th-century fashion and textile collections at the Musée des Arts décoratifs and professor at the École du Louvre.
The showing was fantastic, well put together and it had a sense of humor. dievca can show you her photos from the first floor, until the security guards hollered at her.
One of the best exhibits was on the 2nd Floor (image swipped from the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas — as dievca couldn’t get a photo…), there were a line-up of mannequins showing changes in silhouettes throughout the decades.
dievca took a walk over to Master’s apartment for dinner and extensive conversation. Master had been traveling for the past month.
A bottle of rosé bubbly was uncorked to celebrate Master’s travels, good health and dievca’s successful completion of the Winter/Spring season. Salmon and rice pilaf were on the menu, finishing with watermelon. A very low-key relaxed evening — geared towards closure and new beginnings. Gentle touching, more of a simple evening rather than a D/s evening. Something Master sensed dievca needed desperately.
dievca found her solace.