By now you probably know the story by heart: While visiting India during her round-the-world honeymoon in the mid-1930s, Doris Duke fell for (or, as Linda Komaroff speculates, built upon a pre-existing passion for) Mughal design. This curtain is one of ten panels she commissioned not long after. They were destined for Shangri La, her modernist house in Honolulu, and Duke installed them to create a tented interior in her Playhouse. Currently you can see this example up close at the Norton in Palm Beach as part of the previously discussed exhibition,Doris Duke’s Shangri La. The show continues through July 14. Next stop: The Nasher.