#ootd // Visiting Miró
What should one be wearing when visiting one of the grand masters of all time or let’s say one of his museums the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca? As the master of the arts was only there in spirit, I took a step back and dressed down. It was a rainy Mallorcan day (there seem to be more than one can imagine) and I decided to hit this spot not just for its art but mainly its architecture. Though Miró’s studios look like something from Le Corbusier, they were actually designed by an architect called Josep Lluís Sert and I consider them my highlight of those grounds.
Turns out that Mirós wife was the one who made sure this foundation was being built in the 1980s for visitors to not only have access to Miró’s colourful works of art (the wall carpets were some of my absolute favourites – who knew Miró made carpets?) but to a studio like situation, complete with paint brushes and the likes.
As rain drops were falling on my head and the sun really wasn’t making any effort in saying “hi” that day at all, I put on my beloved and heeled (!) Caterpillar boots, a comfy cashmere knit and a brave face. xx Conny.