Student Salon: Fashioned in America

Dennita Sewell, Curator of Fashion Design and James Belzer, Film Director discuss Fashioned in America, an exhibition that brings together American talent and highlights the value of supporting domestic design and manufacturing. The work features contemporary designers whose vision and talent are leading the revival of U.S. clothing manufacturing. The exhibition is presented in tandem with the release of Make it in America: Empowering Global Fashion (2014), a new documentary directed by filmmaker James Belzer.

Participation is limited to high school and college-level students and teachers.

Certificates of Participation will be available at the conclusion of the salon.

Admission is free, but advance registration is required.

RSVP to by October 9.

Image Credit

Yeolee Teng (American, born 1955) “Mobius” ensemble, Fall 2008. Double-faced wool, viscose and elastane. Gift of Yeohlee Teng in honor of the exhibition Extending the Runway: Tatiana Sorokko Style. Photo by Ken Howie.

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July 2012
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Film & Performance
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