The Rational Dress Society’s History of Counter-Fashion
MAD, Bard Graduate Center, and Rational Dress Society co-founders Abigail Glaum-Lathbury and Maura Brewer invite you to participate in a collective re-imagining of our relationship to dress. The performance lecture and fashion presentation chronicles a history of revolutionary and counter-fashion garb from the late 1700s to the present day. Ten models, each wearing an example of historical counter-fashion, will provide a live demonstration of each garment, walking the runway to an original score composed by Michael Webster. This program will be sign language interpreted
Interpreted
Where?
Museum of Arts and Design, Columbus Circle, New York, NY, USA
When?
Sep 29
4:00 pm
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The Rational Dress Society’s History of Counter-Fashion
Where?
Museum of Arts and Design, Columbus Circle, New York, NY, USA
When?
Sep
29
Time?
4:00 pm
Interpreted
MAD, Bard Graduate Center, and Rational Dress Society co-founders Abigail Glaum-Lathbury and Maura Brewer invite you to participate in a collective re-imagining of our relationship to dress. The performance lecture and fashion presentation chronicles a history of revolutionary and counter-fashion garb from the late 1700s to the present day. Ten models, each wearing an example of historical counter-fashion, will provide a live demonstration of each garment, walking the runway to an original score composed by Michael Webster. This program will be sign language interpreted
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