‘Can a press release’s defining of a creative director by whom she is shagging be a good sign?’

Check out this piece over on Glasstire by Betsy Lewis, who takes in the pop-up retail shop that crash landed recently at Goss-Michael Foundation’s already busy gallery in the Design District. The wears are by British fashion house Mother of Pearl, which is run by Maia Norman. Not ringing a bell? Lewis explains that Norman is artist Damien Hirst’s partner, and then land’s this zinger:

Can a press release’s defining of a creative director by whom she is shagging be a good sign?

Ouch. But that’s not the last of it:

You can wear ugly clothes sort-of designed by Damien Hirst’s baby momma! You are so lucky! Remember buying that Peter Max t-shirt at Dillard’s in Plano in 1986? I know I do! And this is even better since these clothes cost hundreds of dollars! Thank you, Goss-Michael Foundation, for taking me back to the Dillard’s in Plano in 1986!

Needless to say, check out the entire smirk-inducing piece.

Image courtesy of the Goss-Michael Foundation

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