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Opera Pick of the Week

The Opéra de Paris comes back to life with The Satin Slipper, Marc-André Dalbavie’s epic of thwarted desire

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Tropical Taste

Lilly Pulitzer’s serendipitous tumble into fashion is famous. A socialite sets up a juice stand in Palm Beach. Seeking an easy, warm-weather uniform, she decides on A-line shifts in busy prints—the better to hide the juice stains. Soon her customers are clamoring for the dresses instead of the juice. A legend is born. Behind the legend, however, is the lesser known Suzie Zuzek. The artist responsible for 85 percent of those busy “Pulitzer” prints—from 1962 to 1985—Zuzek is now the subject of an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt. READ ON

A Lilly Pulitzer puffins print designed by Suzie Zuzek. An exhibition of Zuzek’s work, which made up the bulk of the Pulitzer prints, is on show now at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, in New York.

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