8 Featured Events This November

Here’s our monthly tailored picks of events in New York City.

1. Nicholas Nixon: Forty Years of The Brown Sisters

Nicholas Nixon took forty stunning photographs over forty years of four sisters.

From November 22nd, at the Museum of Modern Art

2. Taste of T


New York’s premier food & design event.
November 6, Architects and Designers Building, 150 East 58th Street

3. 92Y Talks: Coco Chanel and the Pulse of History


Join author Rhonda Garelick for the story of how one exceptional woman branded a century and remade the world in her own image.

November 6, at the 92nd Street Y

4. The Wedding Salon Bridal Show


An unmissable event for anyone interested in the wedding industry, whether a bride-to-be or a professional.

November 17, at The Metropolitan Pavilion

5. Fashion Icons: Valentino in Conversation with Fern Mallis

The award-winning creator and organizer of Fashion Week in New York and cities across the globe, Fern Mallis has been an industry game changer in the world of fashion and design for 32 years.

November 18, at the 92nd Street Y

6. Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire


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Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire, The Costume Institute’s first fall exhibition in seven years, is on view in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center from October 21, 2014, through February 1, 2015. The exhibition explores the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

All November, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

7. Exposed: A History of Lingerie

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The Museum at FIT presents Exposed: A History of Lingerie, an exhibition that traces developments in intimate apparel from the 18th century to the present.

The Museum at FIT, on view through November 15, 2014

8. The Salon: Art+Design

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50+ Exhibitors from around the world exhibiting the finest of 20th century and contemporary art and design from 1890 to the present along with major works of ethnographic art and antiquities.

November 13-17, at The Park Avenue Armory

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