New York—Film and fashion have long captured and defined their eras, and now’s your chance to revisit some of the best fashion films with Parsons The New School for Design’s “Fashion in Film: New York City” series.
Curated and organized by Jeffrey Lieber, assistant professor, School of Art and Design History and Theory, the series runs every Tuesday evening from April 6 through April 27. It celebrates the launch of the school’s Master of Arts in Fashion Studies, which places fashion within a contemporary global context.
Famous writers, critics and fashion personalities will introduce their respective pick each week and recognize its significance as a cultural, social and economic force.
So grab some popcorn and revisit some of film’s favorite fashion characters. There’s Diane Keaton in “Annie Hall” (1977); Barbra Streisand in “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever” (1970); Audrey Hepburn in “Sabrina” (1954); and Jane Fonda in “Klute” (1971).
For schedules and speakers, visit http://www.newschool.edu/mafs