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The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Department of Textile Arts contains more than 13,000 textiles and costumes from traditions around the world. A remarkable range of techniques is represented, including loom-woven textiles; nonwoven fabrics, such as bark cloth, felt, and knitting; and objects embellished with beading and embroidery.

Highlights from the collection include extraordinary Turkmen carpets, rare 12th- through 15th-century Central Asian and North Indian silks, the most important group of Anatolian kilims outside Turkey, European tapestries, exquisite ecclesiastical textiles, and contemporary Bay Area fiber art. Since the 1930s the de Young has been known for its 20th-century couture, particularly from the post–World War II era, with outstanding pieces by Cristóbal Balenciaga, Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Madame Grés, and Yves Saint Laurent.

With holdings that span nearly three millennia and represent cultures from 125 countries, the textile arts collection enables the Museums to draw connections across cultures and enrich other areas of the permanent collection. Throughout the year the Lonna and Marshall Wais and Diana Dollar Knowles and Gorham B. Knowles costume and textile arts gallery hosts several exhibitions, featuring the diverse range of these collections, as well as important traveling exhibitions.

In addition to the larger rotating textiles presentations in the main gallery, the T. B. Walker Family Education Gallery houses small, didactic displays and contains study drawers illustrating representative pieces from the entire collection, highlighting different textile techniques. The Joan Diehl McCauley Study Center is available to researchers with a specific focus of study by appointment only.

Step behind the scenes, as our textile conservation department, with assistance from registration and curatorial departments, prepares an important artwork from the museums’ collection for international travel. Part of a larger loan of six costumes, this video focuses on the preparation required to ensure safe transport of a voluminous and intricately embellished ball gown, Venus by Christian Dior (1949), in conjunction with Ship/Art International.

Christian Dior, Day dress, “Poulette”, 1948. Black Silk Faille, 63 x 17 11/16 in. Gift of Mrs. Eloise Heidland, 1982.18.4a-b

Kay Sekimachi, “Wave”, 1980. Woven book of linen, acrylic paint, and buckram (lining); double weave and warp-painting, 4 3/8 x 4 3/8 x 18 in. Gift of the artist, 2005.124

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The law criminalises any acts that trigger religious hatred and/or insult religion through any form of expression, which covers speech and the written word, books, pamphlets or online media. The law prohibits any act that would be considered as insulting God, his prophets or apostles or holy books or houses of worship or graveyards.

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Where to Eat in Hong Kong | My Favorite Restaurants and Local Spots (So Far)

March 22, 2018 by Jen Balisi

It’s crazy to think I’ve officially been living in Hong Kong for 6 months! I’ve been able to try out my fair share of restaurants in that time, and since I’m always getting direct messages on Instagram asking about where to eat in Hong Kong, I’ve finally pulled together a list of my favorite restaurants. I’m careful to not call this a definitive “best restaurants in Hong Kong” list since there are so many places I still have to try from my own hit list. But hopefully this still serves as a good guide to exploring Hong Kong’s dining scene, whether it’s your first time or 5th!

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January 29, 2018 by Jen Balisi

Walking down the Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, it’s hard to miss the big, bright red and yellow neon star hanging from the window of air jordan shorts xl
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January 25, 2018 by Jen Balisi

After a few spam musubis or a Hawaiian poke bowl, you’re bound to be craving something sweet. We had a LOT of dessert and pastries in Oahu to satisfy our sweet tooth, from donuts to cheese tarts to local shave ice. Here’s a roundup of our favorite dessert shops and bakeries in Oahu.

January 22, 2018 by Jen Balisi

Located underneath Cali-Mex Taqueria in Hong Kong’s bustling Lan Kwai Fong nightlife district, Los Sotano is a speakeasy style lounge serving up Mexican fare and a wide selection of mezcal and tequila. What looks like a giant tequila barrel against an alley wall is actually the entrance – just push and the door reveals itself. The swanky bar area features an Instagram-worthy neon sign that says “Tequila Makes My Clothes Come Off” (which is also the name of one of their tasty margaritas) with lounge chairs and small tables, while the other section features velvet booths surrounding larger tables with built-in Asahi taps so you can pour your own beer and pay by volume.

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Standing in that windowsill, I felt like I was watching the heart of downtown Manhattan beating. Looking straight ahead, the blurred reflections of passing clouds and buildings appeared on the mirrored facade of One World Trade Center. To the left and in between the skyscrapers of Brookfield Place were ferries cruising down the Hudson River, across to the waterfront plazas of New Jersey where many commuted in from. Shifting my gaze down, small silhouettes of people walked through the tree-lined paths surrounding the September 11 Memorial Pools. Down further, the white spires of the Oculus pierced though the sky like a skeleton exploding. All of this, right in front of my eyes from my hotel room inside the Millennium Hilton New York Downtown .

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