MFIT’s Fashion Culture Series: Jeffrey Gibson + Korina Emmerich in Conversation
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In a conversation moderated by Regan de Loggans (Mississippi Choctaw), Jeffrey Gibson and Korina Emmerich will discuss Native American fashion design. Gibson is an award-winning Choctaw-Cherokee artist, whose work combines traditional Native American elements with contemporary references. Emmerich is the founder of EMME, a fashion brand, which reflects her indigenous heritage stemming from the Coast Salish territory, Puyallup tribe. There will be a Q&A with the participants during the YouTube premiere of this free pre-recorded event.
Venue: Museum at FIT
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