Best dressed? Fashion coordinates with impressionism at Art Institute

As you step upon grassy turf with bird songs ringing in your ear, you may have this thought:

Wait, I’m in the Art Institute of Chicago?

The giveaway is the two connected, oversize panels of Claude Monet’s “Luncheon on the Grass” dominating one wall, but then there’s also a park bench nearby for viewing not only the painting but also an actual white dress, very much like one in the painting, revolving slowly on a mannequin.

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