Last week Seagull color genius Jeanise was down in Florida at the Tampa Museum of Art for the opening of their newest exhibit Susanne Bartsch: Art-a-Porter, celebrating the beloved New York City fashion and nightlife icon. Collaborating with UK-born NYC-based designer Ben Copperwheat, Jeanise designed some colorfully amazing wigs for the exhibit's opening. Conjuring acid flashbacks of bright cotton candy, these dream hair creations are delightfully whimsical---just like Jeanise! And they go so well with the knitwear pieces she created for these looks.
From the Tampa Museum of Art:
"Susanne Bartsch: Art-a-Porter presents the couture designs and looks worn by Susanne Bartsch, New York City’s famed “Queen of the Night.” The exhibition highlights her celebrated career in fashion, from her early days as a boutique owner in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood to her legendary parties in New York City’s underground club scene. Bartsch has been a muse to several designers, including Thierry Mugler, Zaldy, and the esteemed corset maker, Mr. Pearl. Her boutique was one of the first American stores in the 1980s to feature emerging British designers such as Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano, who are now amongst the most influential designers in the fashion industry. Susanne Bartsch: Art-a-Porter will feature 35 looks spanning Bartsch’s extraordinary career, including designs by Alexander McQueen, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Thierry Mugler, John Galliano, Vivienne Westwood, Zaldy, and the Blonds."