We’re J’Loving…

anything made with paper, especially Japanese paper, like these origami-ish suit sculptures by artist Greg Lauren (nephew of Ralph and, perhaps more importantly, husband of Elizabeth Berkley), with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly of Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief projected onto them. The installation, opening today at the FIAF gallery, deals with the ritual of getting dressed, according to Lauren, and “obsessing over the different aesthetics of a straight versus spread collar, perfecting the shape of a pocket square or the dimple in one’s tie.” Look for more fashion-related subject matter at FIAF later this year, including talks with Marc Jacobs, Gilles Mendel and Tommy Hilfiger.


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