3-31-10: Don’t Call It a Fashion Show

March 30, 2010 at 6:28 pm Leave a comment


Fashion is something that is a part of our daily lives whether we acknowledge it or not, and on Saturday night, students in an experimental fashion class at the Maryland Institute College of Art will present Panoptic, an event showcasing the work they’ve been doing this year. Tom Hall talks with the professor who organized the class and one of her students whose work will be presented.

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