9:30 am – 5:15 pm
Digging through my mother’s archives, I found a photo of three Black Muslim women at a fashion show in the early 1980s.
By Su’ad Abdul Khabeer
In the past decade, modest fashion has become one of the most pervasive international fashion stories.
By Jill D’Alessandro
The designer’s “Junon” and “Venus” gowns represent the pinnacle of his creativity.
By Laura Camerlengo and Anne Getts
In the 1940s, the Bay Area established itself as a prominent center for fiber art.
Learn about the ecological inspirations behind the textile “Paradise Valley, Mount Rainer.”
By Laura L. Camerlengo, in conversation with Madelyn Shaw and Michael Fehr
Consider Patrick Kelly's reappropriation of racist imagery.
By Abram Jackson
Laura L. Camerlengo interviews Dilys E. Blum to celebrate the Patrick Kelly exhibition.
By Laura L. Camerlengo in conversation with Dilys E. Blum
This short documentary celebrates the life, career, and legacy of Black fashion designer Patrick Kelly.
Consider Patrick Kelly's use of racist iconography in his designs.
By Kibwe Chase-Marshall
A Q+A with apparel designer Jenny Hong about her sketch inspired by Patrick Kelly.
By Jenny Hong in conversation with Kibwe Chase-Marshall
A Q+A with apparel designer Trevor Ballin about his sketch inspired by Patrick Kelly.
By Trevor Ballin in conversation with Kibwe Chase-Marshall
A Q+A with artist-designer Sylvia Carter-Zwerling about her sketch inspired by Patrick Kelly.
By Sylvia Carter-Zwerling in conversation with Kibwe Chase-Marshall