The Genteel
March 3, 2021

Negin Baradari

You'll find many French delicacies in New York's Chelsea Market: baguettes, croissants, macarons. But corsets? Chelsea Market hosted the Lingerie Française exhibition, which explored the evolution of French lingerie.

By Negin Baradari

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Negin Baradari

New York City USA

Negin contributes to The Genteel from New York City. Having lived in Luxembourg, London and Los Angeles, her journey has taken her to NYC to specialise in her field of passion: fashion law. The merge of her interest for black letter law and her curiosity for fashion has led her into this niche field, unknown and mysterious to the majority but yet so intriguing to the petite crowd of fashion law aficionados. Follow her on Twitter: @N_B_fLAw.

Throughout the years, there have been several cases of notable art pieces reappearing after years of investigation. The implications of these 'treasure hunt' discoveries and the important conversation of  'cultural heritage' were at the forefront of New York City's Annual Conference of The Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation earlier this month.

Fall season in New York City encompasses nature’s fascinating ‘tie dye’ chapter, the dawn of contemporary art exhibitions and constructive discussions held at the UN Assembly. All these elements juxtapose the delicate connection between Iran and the US, creating a belvedere for dialogue.

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