Star Tribune reviews Goldstein's Flights of Fancy

The Star Tribune reviewed the Goldstein Museum of Design's most recent exhibition, Flights of Fancy: A History of Feathers in Fashion. Gregory J. Scott, writer for the Star Tribune, called the exhibition, "delightful, if brief, tour of the 150-year fascination the fashion world has had with plumage." Scott acknowledges the two sides to the exhibition reflecting on the use of the feathers in Western fashion as well as the politics of animal cruelty and preservation.

Flights of Fancy: A History of Feathers in Fashion runs from June 12-September 12, 2010 at the Goldstein Museum of Design in McNeal Hall.

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