|Ram's Head, White Hollyhock-Hills encapsulates O'Keefe's art and life|
|Four cream-coloured outfits O'Keefe made early in her life|
|This painting was first shown at the museum|
|Pink skyscrapers and flowers|
She also had a penchant for black with a bit of white contrasting, be it from the collar of a shirt or the cuffs of shirts sticking out from black blazers. Later on she was obsessed about the V-shape and many dresses and jackets had this shape, whether the neckline or pattern on dresses.
|One of the delicate blouses O'Keefe made|
She first went there in 1929 thanks to the patronage of an heiress, and O'Keefe immediately fell in love with the place and kept going back there every year until she finally settled there.
|A Chinese-style outfit she had made in HK|
Interestingly there are two outfits shown that have a Hong Kong connection. In 1959 and 1960 she traveled there and got some outfits made, one very east-meets-west, the other looking like a very masculine Chinese robe.
Andy Warhol also wanted a piece of her and invited her to come to New York to The Factory where he made a silkscreen of her in the same colour as the adobe home she lived in, and was sprinkled with diamond dust. Wonder what she thought of that.
|A portrait of O'Keefe in a kimono by Bruce Weber|