This lady looked lovely in her pink felted wool jacket which she wore on at trip to The New Museum. Her husband gave me a little information about the jacket:
The “pink” jacket was purchased in a small shop in Nida, Lithuania, in July, 2008. The shop is 50 yards from the summer home that the Nobel Prize author, Thomas Mann, built in 1929 and had to abandon in 1933. The jacket, made of felt, was made in a Lithuanian workshop. The model was on a one week bicycle tour at the time. She lives in San Francisco and graduated from Radcliffe over 50 years ago.