You’re invited to The Frick Pittsburgh’s presentation previewing an upcoming exhibition by artist Isabelle de Borchgrave. The exhibit won’t open until October, but you can hear about it before you can see it at this presentation sponsored by Longwood at Home. From replicas of Renaissance Italian gowns to recreations of the fantastical modernist costumes of the Ballet Russes, Isabelle de Borchgrave’s work is meticulously crafted and astonishingly beautiful. The artist’s interest in creating paper costumes was sparked by a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1994, where she found herself inspired by the historic costumes on display. Since then, de Borchgrave’s paper costumes have been featured in major exhibitions around the world.