Do you remember the famous scene from Bernardo Bertolucci’s “The Dreamers”, a beautiful and iconic tribute to Jean-Luc Godard’s “Bande à part”?
We are sure, now you think how come we remembered this scene today. Well, first of all this is a permanent inspiration for us, secondly, today is International Museum Day.
Since its creation 44 years ago this day is for promoting and highlighting the importance of museums worldwide, stressing the priority to visit museums both for leisure and in educational purposes.
While most of the museums worldwide were closed during the pandemic period, many of them are planning to reopen. In terms of this important day, the HAY-HAY team decided to showcase some favorite museums and hint, what to wear while visiting museums.
Here we go. The State Pushkin Museum of fine arts based in Moscow is one of the largest museums in Europe, and one of the richest in terms of famous painting exhibited. Dürer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Picasso, Matisse, what else do you need?
Put on your best dress, spice it up with unique accessories and go ahead.
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Have you checked out The Musée de l’Orangerie one of the most amazing museums in Paris?
First of all it is famous for Claude Monet’s Water Lilies murals. Plus to this unique works of Cézanne, Matisse, Modigliani, Picasso, Renoir are exposed here.
Tiny museum right next to Tuileries Palace is a must visit when in Paris. What a Paris without beret and stylish accessories, chic and comfortable at the same time.
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Florence, a city breathing art, inspiring on every step you take. One of the pearls here is Uffizzi Gallery, a real heaven on earth.
A home for Botticelli’s famous paintings. You have to wear something casual and elegant, be a muse not just a visitor.
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Bode Museum is in the historical center of Berlin, it is a home for mixing collections, from Buzantine art to Italian Gothic.
Well, mix styles in your outfit and feel awesome.
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Mariam and Eranuhi Aslamazyan, two sisters, artists, who brought a new word in Armenian art due to their style and palette.
They showed a great example of independent women who had a successful career.
The gallery of the sisters is based in Gyumri, second largest city in Armenia and their hometown.
The complete collection of the paintings, graphics and ceramics are exposed here. By the way, Mariam was referred to as “Armenian Frida Kahlo“.
Have a look at our choice of an outfit, fitting the colors and palettes of the gallery.
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