When my parents entered a room, you couldn’t take your eyes off them. They made style look effortless. I think their secret was that they were having fun. They were in love, and you could feel it. They inspired each other and made each other laugh. His eyes were always on her. Their style was a reflection of their love.
In conjunction with Paris to Hollywood, actress and filmmaker Laura Dern discusses Véronique Peck's effortless style with Florence Müller, the DAM’s Avenir Foundation Curator of Textile Art and Fashion.
Find more videos related to Paris to Hollywood on the museum's YouTube channel.
Paris to Hollywood presents visitors with an exclusive look behind the scenes of one of the most famous couples of the mid- to late-20th century.
This illustrated color catalog, available to purchase at the DAM's Shop or online, includes an introduction and essays by curator Florence Müller, interviews with Sharon Stone and Laura Dern, and biographies of the couturiers presented in the exhibition by Jane Burke, senior curatorial assistant for textile art and fashion. These texts are set alongside select images of the couture and designer pieces, archival photos, documents, sketches, and family photos.
When you visit Paris to Hollywood with the whole family, look for a QR code in the galleries to start a seek and find game! Explore Véronique Peck's closet and find the garment that matches the photo prompts. Can you find them all?
Look closer at the images and wall text in Paris to Hollywood by browsing through our online exhibition access guide.
Select songs can be heard in Paris to Hollywood, from Frank Sinatra to Aretha Franklin. Listen to the full playlist on the museum's Spotify.
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Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck is organized by the Denver Art Museum and presented by Joy Dinsdale. Additional support is provided by Bridget and John Grier, the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Promotional support is provided by 5280 Magazine and CBS4.
The Denver Art Museum is grateful for the generous funding of the textile art and fashion department by the Avenir Foundation and Nancy Lake Benson.