Pioneer Press writer Allison Kaplan features Margot Siegel and the new Goldstein Museum of Design exhibit, "Intersections: Where Art Meets Fashion," in her article "Margot Siegel is one designing woman who went straight for the art."
In the article, Siegel tells Kaplan, "A lot of fashions end up being more important historically than in a fashion sense. They tell you what we were like at that moment in time."
Many of Siegel's personal items inspired and are featured in the exhibit, including a Campbell's soup "Souper Dress" and one of pop-artist Andy Warhol's famous "Marilyn" paintings.
The exhibit runs through November 1.