John Bartlett at the Queer History of Fashion Symposium

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John Bartlett at the Queer History of Fashion Symposium


John Bartlett, fashion designer, presents "My Life as a Gay Designer" at The Museum at FIT's 13th fashion symposium, A Queer History of Fashion, held November 8-9, 2013. This is an edited version of the full talk, which will be available for check out at the Gladys Marcus Library of FIT. John Bartlett is known for his rugged American style. He made history in February 2012 with the first entirely eco-friendly, cruelty-free menswear collection ever shown at New York Fashion Week.


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