Jay Jaxon: 40 Years of Fashion Design Brilliance
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The Jay Jaxon exhibition celebrates the life of Queens native, Jay Jaxon as an American Fashion Designer, Haute Couture Designer, and Costume Designer. Further, it restores the history of Jaxon by displaying artifacts and objects from his personal design archives as well as primary sources from the research of fashion scholar and guest curator Rachel Fenderson.
Venue: Queens Historical Society- Kingsland Homestead
38-23 104 St
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