¡Moda Hoy! Latin American and Latinx Fashion Design Today
Exhibition Page (English) | Página de la exposición (español)
Please be advised that due to unexpected maintenance issues, the ¡Moda Hoy! exhibit is now closed. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please check the MFIT website for future exhibition schedules.
Debido a problemas de mantenimiento inesperados la exposición ¡Moda Hoy! ha cerrado. Nos disculpamos por los inconvenientes que esto pueda causar. Por favor visita nuestra página web para consultar el calendario de nuestras próximas exposiciones.
Image: (L) Equihua, Devotion coat, New Classics collection, 2018, USA, museum purchase, 2022.24.1 (R) Kika Vargas, dress, 2022, Colombia, gift of Kika Vargas, 2022.83.1
(Izq.) Equihua, abrigo Devotion, colección New Classics, 2018, EUA, 2022.24.1 (Der.) Kika Vargas, vestido, 2022, Colombia. Donación de Kika Vargas, 2022.83.1
Food & FashionLEARN MORE
Food & Fashion is a major exhibition exploring the relationship between these related topics. Featuring over 90 works, it includes garments, accessories, and textiles by designers such as Chanel, Delvaux, Comme des Garçons, Carla Fernandez, Stella Jean, Judith Leiber, Issey Miyake, William Morris, Moschino, Rick Owens, Charles Frederick Worth, and Jason Wu. Food and Fashion illuminates the dynamic relationship between these two mediums as expressed in fashion design.
Food & Fashion is accompanied by a book of the same title (Bloomsbury, 2023).
Image: Jeremy Scott for Moschino, chocolate bar gown, wool/silk and polyamide-nylon blend, fall 2014, Italy, museum purchase, 2019.55.1
The Loop for Good | 2023 Annual Sustainable Design Exhibition
Founded in 2019, the Loop for Good is a college-wide interdisciplinary experiential learning project focused on sustainability and technology. This year’s exhibition celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Loop for Good. The exhibition theme is “Digital Athletes for Sportsmanship” to promote respect, ethics, and fellowship in a broader community. Each participating student artist integrated academic research, creativity, innovation, digital design technologies, and the art of physical craftsmanship into the presented work.
Image: Jennifer Lee
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