Fashioning San Francisco Access Day

Mannequin wearing a suit ensemble

John Galliano (British, b. 1960). House of Givenchy (French, est. 1952). Suit ensemble: jacket and skirt (detail); Fall/Winter 1996 Haute Couture. Printed synthetic faux fur, monkey fur. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Gift of Mrs. John N. Rosekrans, Jr., 2012.42.111a–b. Photograph by Randy Dodson

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Admission is free by appointment for people with disabilities and their guests to visit the exhibition Fashioning San Francisco at the de Young.

Enjoy reduced crowds, free admission, and accessible features, including:

  • Extra Blue Zone spaces close to the museum
  • Parking maps and public transportation information
  • Extra seating inside and outside the exhibition
  • Large print editions of the exhibition labels

About the exhibition

Fashioning San Francisco: A Century of Style features one of the most iconic collections of 20th- and 21st-century women’s clothing in the United States. The first major presentation of our costume collection in over 35 years, it showcases designs from French couturiers, Japanese avant-garde designers, and other pillars of the fashion industry, including Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen, Christopher John Rogers, Comme des Garçons, and Rodarte. The designs on view, many never shown before, reflect San Francisco’s long-standing tradition of self-expression through fashion.

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Admission is free with registration. To sign up, fill out this form by Monday, February 26. Please reserve space early. Tours fill quickly. Confirmations will be sent one week prior to the event.

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