Accessories Council Member, John Wind, Becomes a Permanent Fixture in the Philadelphia Museum of Art!

Release the confetti and throw some glitter for our very own, John Wind.

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John Wind is the creator of Maximal Art. A collection of 10 pieces from the company’s 30 year span has been procured by the Philadelphia Museum of Art as a part of the Costume and Textiles Collection.

Since 1985, John has used Maximal Art to bring his love for fashion and art together. John uses his voice to bring women of all ages whimsical and sassy pieces.  His collections range from playful arm candy full of charm and character, as seen in his charm bar; to timeless pearls, all the way through to chic fashion pieces. Each piece is created with a ‘modern vintage’ twist, so they will be effortlessly on trend with the hint of vintage flair.

In the past 30 years, John Wind has taken Maximal Art all over the world. Throughout the years his pieces have been procured by the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and countless exhibitions. The current procurement of Maximal Art was brought on by the latest Patrick Kelly exhibition. Maximal Art was featured in the styling of the models in the vintage Patrick Kelly spreads, which were on display.

The Philadelphia Museum of Art appreciated John’s work and contribution to the community and picked 10 pieces that reflected the last 30 years of Maximal Art. “This honor feels really serendipitous,” says John Wind, “the fact that it’s happening as we go into our 30th year right” he continued. John also appreciates the Philadelphia Museum of Art for making it his first museum in America, but for making the most unique, because its home.

The AC team is so very proud of John and are very lucky to have him a part of the Accessories Council family. We can’t wait to see where else he’ll go!

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