OUTFIT | Theatre Time Traveling

OUTFIT | Theatre Time Traveling

I am so excited because I have a very special outfit post for you! 
 
Yesterday I had the rare opportunity to visit the old Loew’s 46th Street Theatre in Brooklyn. Its a very pretty theatre that opened in 1927. It has been closed for many years now and time took it’s toll and turned this theatre into a real spectacular theatrical ruin. 
 
The space is being used as a storage for a furniture company right now and the owner was nice enough to let me in and take pictures! I was so excited and scared at the same time! 
 
It was very cold and dark and had this spooky feel to it and I felt a bit like I was in that first scene of the Phantom of the Opera movie (know that scene?)
Nonetheless it was one of the most exciting shoots I have ever done and I still can’t believe that the owner let me in and shoot pictures there.
 
I mostly took pictures of the space for my school research, but fortunately I had some time left to do a little fashion shoot too.
 
Have  a lovely weekend everyone!
 
Luckily there was also a white wall, to show of my outfit in better lighting:
 
Suit is Vintage from Beacon’s Closet | Shoes by Vanharen | Coat is Vintage | Ring by Rings&Tings
 
More information about Loew’s 46th street Theatre can be found here
 
Special thanks to:
Regal Furniture
Matt Lambros

About the Author

5 Comments

  • Rita Scamander 1st March 2014 at 3:53 am

    How amazing is that? Beautiful, wonderful theatre!

  • Patricia Schwab 1st March 2014 at 6:29 am

    What a shame that such a once beautiful theater is now used to store furniture and not restored. Love the chandelier.

    • Lana Red 11th March 2014 at 11:34 am

      Yes, I felt the same way, it’s such a big space and only a small part is being used right now..

  • Bregje 17th March 2014 at 10:25 pm

    Wow, what an amazing place! I don’t know if you know the movie August Rush, but in that movie there is shown an abandoned theater and ever since seeing that I’ve been a fascinated with places like that.

Leave a Reply