Today I went to the Morgan Library Museum. I meant to go to the FIT Museum’s new CFDA exhibit, but I took too long to get ready and then had to get Pinkberry (new salted caramel!), and didn’t make it in time. Next weekend, I promise.
It was my first Time at the Morgan Library Museum, and I really enjoyed it. The library was spectacularly decorated with red silk walls and high ceilings. I so desperately wanted to curl up on the plush couches with a book and never leave.
The museum is most famous for housing the Gutenberg Bible: the first bible to be printed using a printing press. It contains hundreds of other antique books, manuscripts and letters from all throughout history. Below are pictures I snapped when the security guard wasn’t looking of gorgeous book covers.
Also, I found these earrings that date back to the 12th century or something like that… (didn’t have time to check, security guard was glaring!)
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Can’t wait for Diane von Furstenberg tomorrow! I’ll be blogging about streetstyle in addition to the show itself!