With a holiday weekend ahead, here are a few things to get you out and about on the town this week.
The Museum of Fine Arts yesterday unveiled its latest exhibit, “Past is Present: Revival Jewelry.” Jewelry lovers can visit the museum now through August 2018 to view an exclusive collection of more than 70 pieces. Here, you can view pieces from the 19th to the 21st centuries. Highlights include a 1924 brooch on loan from Cartier paired with an Egyptian winged scarab (740–660 BC) with a similar design; an 1850s embellished gold brooch by Castellani, a Renaissance revival neck ornament (1900–04) designed for Tiffany & Co., a 1980s Bulgari necklace adorned with Macedonian coins, and a 2002 Akelo pendant that emulates an ancient Etruscan granulation technique.
Photo Credit: Museum of Fine Arts
Over at the Prudential Center, Club Monaco is launching its New York Fashion Week Collection Spring 2017 tomorrow night. The Collection was inspired by the documentary Latcho Drom, which follows a family of travelers from Romania to India and pays homage to timeless travel celebrated through song and dance. The women’s collection features colorful patterns and peasant details offset by clean, crisp fabrics while for the men’s line, you’ll find updated classics with a twist (think newsboy jackets in nylon tech fabrics).
Photo Credit: Club Monaco
Speaking of Fashion Week, all eyes in Patriots Nation were on Danny Amendola as he strutted his stuff at The Philipp Plein Fall/Winter 2017/2018 Women’s And Men’s Fashion Show held at the New York Public Library.
Photo Credit: Thomas Concordia/Getty Images for Philipp Plein
Boston Design Week announced its plans to return for the fourth year. The 12-day citywide festival runs from March 29 to April 9. (The calendar of events will be posted on the website sometime over the next week).
Photo Credit: Boston Design Week
The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel just announced it will be hosting a Bollinger Champagne Pop-Up on March 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. The Venetian Room will be transformed into a French inspired champagne lounge. To complement the wine, Chef Laurent Poulain has created a menu of hors d’ouevres to pair with the variety of vintage and non-vintage Champagne that will be served.
Photo Credit: Fairmont Copley Plaza
In local celebrity sightings, Louis C.K. was in town for his run of performances at the Boch Center now through February 17. The Newton native decided to stop by McGreevy’s after his performance last night for a surprise impromptu comedy show.