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I'm a firm believer that weekends should be full of all sorts of wonderful little things. In reality, my weekends tend to be a flurry of activity. It's the plight of the overextended. My perfect weekend includes catching up on the weeks unread copies of WWD and a trip to one of the city's museums. Last week was so hectic, that I was truly looking forward to indulging in a little leisure time at Cooper Hewitt's exhibit "Color Moves: Art and Fashion by Sonia Delaunay."
The Cooper Hewitt is quickly becoming one of my favorite little jewels in the city. "Set in Style: The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels" and "Quicktake: Rodarte" are two of my favorite recent exhibits with a focus on style. Sonia Delaunay is an artist whose work I adore. Known primarily for her work as an abstract painter and bold colorist, Sonia Delaunay applied her talents and theories on simultaneity ( the sensation of movement created when contrasting colors are placed side by side) to various mediums.