Frida Kahlo celebrated her 110th birthday on July 6, and it’s safe to say that no one partied harder than the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA), which welcomed over 5,000 guests for the occasion. More than 1,000 of them attended in costume as Kahlo, as part of the museum’s attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest single gathering of people dressed as the iconic Mexican artist.
“I’ve recently looked up what Frida does and seen her self-portraits, and she’s so true to herself and proud of herself and it’s an inspiration,” said 13-year-old participant Sofia Valadez to the Dallas Morning News. “She’s such a strong, independent woman. And I like her eyebrows.” read more