Installation view of Italian-inspired display in Girard’s Modern Folk, featuring, from left: Embroidered textile prototype of bride and groom (ca. 1960), designed by Girard and produced by artisans in Michoacán, Mexico; silk scarf (ca. 1970) designed by Girard for Herman Miller; Palio (1964), designed by Girard for Herman Miller, manufactured by Maharam; poetry journal by Girard (1915–1918); and modified timepiece by Girard (ca. 1910s–1920s). Checker Split (1965) and Facets (1952), designed by Girard for Herman Miller,distributed by Maharam; and Diné (Navajo) weavings (ca. 1960), Kewa Pueblo ceramic bowl (ca. 1935), and Anita Lowden (Acoma) ceramic sheep (ca. 1960), all from the Girard Foundation Collection.