Scene: Debbie Dickinson and John C. Meeks at the recent DVFxDD event. Diane von Furstenberg presented Debbie Dickinson Art Gallery exhibiting the Supermodel/Actress turned Curator and Gallerist with the first official exhibition of emerging and legendary artists. The venue was at the Diane von Furstenberg boutique in SoHo on Wooster. The artists on view were Debbie Dickinson, Evan Sebastian Lagache, Fernando Espinosa Chauvin, and Ron Ferri. Diane von Furstenberg’s Spring 2018 collection of clothing and accessories was showcased. The guests were served champaign and vegetarian sushi. The upbeat A-list gathering was filled with conversations and discussions of art and fashion. Juan Carlos Cedeno, Store Manager, and Diane’s amazing staff created a welcoming and elegant environment.
The Art Gallery exhibit debuted Ms. Dickinson’s nature art photography in metallic C-prints. Acrylic on canvas paintings by rising star artist Evan Sebastian Lagache. Fernando Espinosa Chauvin’s beautiful infra-red art photography from his tour of the Galapagos Islands. And the renowned watercolors and acrylics on aquarelle paper by six decade artist Ron Ferri.
Scene: Jonn Nubian and Louise Masano with Ron Ferri and Evan Sebastian Lagache artwork.
Scene: Laurie Schechter wearing her mother’s vintage Cacharel culottes, and Yeohlee vest. Ms. Dickinson’s first Paris showroom modeling assignment was with Jean Cacharel. Evan Sebastian Lagache art and DVF clothing/accessories.
Scene: Evan Sebastian Lagache’s Dislocation, Cnidaria, Silent Sounds, Break Point, and DVF clothing/accessories. Guest in conversation Kito Huggins, Mitchell Adelstein, Rixa Kleymann, Laurie Schechter, Leizel Olegario, and Jonn Nubian.
Scene: Fernando Espinosa Chauvin photographs, Fiddle Head, Scalesia, and Oduntid.
Scene: Diane von Furstenberg’s book, The Woman I Wanted to Be, reflects on her extraordinary life from childhood in Brussels to her days as a young, jet-set princess, to creating the dress that came to symbolize independence and power for an entire generation of women. DVF celebrates the International Women’s Day with #InCharge tee-shirts, beanies, and other items. 20% of proceeds benefit VV GROW, a global accelerator program for women entrepreneurs led by Vital Voices.
Scene: Ron Ferri’s Floral Bouquet, 1964.
For inquiries on the artists and/or the artwork contact Debbie Dickinson at email@example.com.
A portion of the proceeds are generously donated by the artists and DVF to support the Children’s Museum of the Arts, Youth Artist Kollective (YAK) program. This program enables vulnerable children though NYC to have free art education.