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Carolina Herrera with “Refined Irreverence” at SCAD FASH

Fashion | June 21, 2016 |

Carolina Herrera with "Refined Irreverence" at SCAD FASHImage courtesy of SCAD FASH

Carolina Herrera with “Refined Irreverence” at SCAD FASH

The SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film and the SCAD Museum of Art present “Refined Irreverence”, a dual exhibition celebrating Carolina Herrera and the 35th anniversary of the House of Herrera. The exhibition marks the first museum showing of Herrera’s work.

 

Carolina Herrera with "Refined Irreverence" at SCAD FASHImage courtesy of SCAD FASH

 

Featuring new and vintage designs from Herrera’s 1981 inaugural collection to the present, “Refined Irreverence” includes more than 75 garments showcasing the designer’s modern, dynamic classics. Since launching her first collection in 1981 at the behest of legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, Venezuelan-born Herrera has become synonymous with effortless elegance and modern refinement. “I have a responsibility to the woman of today – to make her feel confident, modern and above all else beautiful,” Herrera said.

 

Carolina Herrera with "Refined Irreverence" at SCAD FASHImage courtesy of SCAD FASH

 

Curated by Rafael Gomes, SCAD director of fashion exhibitions, “Refined Irreverence” includes runway looks, day wear, and bridal and red-carpet gowns worn by Michelle Obama, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Tina Fey, Renée Zellweger and Lucy Liu, as well as ensembles from Herrera‘s personal collection.“Refined Irreverence” is the inaugural museum exhibition of Herrera‘s designs. The exhibition also celebrates SCAD’s first concurrent show at both SCAD FASH, the university’s new museum dedicated to fashion and film in Atlanta, and SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah‘s destination for progressive arts installations and performances since 2011.

 

Scad Fash, Atlanta
Until September 25, 2016

 

more. scadfash.org

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