MFIT’s Fashion Culture Series: Fashion and Political Power with Robin Givhan and Dr. Valerie Steele
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
Drawing on her experience as The Washington Post's senior critic-at-large, Givhan will address such potent sartorial symbols as the Hawaiian and golf shirts worn by the boogaloo boys and the yellow ensembles worn by mothers protesting in Portland. There will be a Q&A with Robin Givhan during the YouTube premiere of this pre-recorded event.
Venue: Virtual livestream
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