Author and pilot, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, came to New York in 1940 after the Nazi invasion of France. It’s here that he wrote and illustrated his famous story, “The Little Prince”.
Last week, “The little Prince: A New York Story”, an exhibition of Saint-Exupéry’s manuscripts, opened at the Morgan Library & Museum. The perfect field trip for the first of February.
And lest we ever forget, the fox reminds us that “anything essential is invisible to the eyes”.
Field Trip, Love This
The Heidi cable-knit wool cardigan
Double-breasted virgin wool-twill coat
Patchwork Fair Isle-intarsia wool sweater
Gucci Horsebit 1955 small bag
Belted wool-twill jacket
Hooded virgin-wool duffel coat
Belted distressed denim jacket
Hooded velvet cape
Hooded wool duffle coat
Longline virgin-wool tunic