Black Fashion Designers Symposium: Elizabeth Way in conversation with Teri Agins, Dario Calmese, and Constance White

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Black Fashion Designers Symposium: Elizabeth Way in conversation with Teri Agins, Dario Calmese, and Constance White

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Elizabeth Way, in conversation with Teri Agins, Dario Calmese, and Constance White at The Museum at FIT's annual fashion symposium, Black Fashion Designers, held on Monday, February 6, 2017.The one-day symposium featured talks by designers, models, journalists, and scholars on African diasporic culture and fashion.
Elizabeth Way is curatorial assistant at MFIT. She co-curated the exhibitions Black Fashion Designers and Global Fashion Capitals.
Teri Agins spent 25 years as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where she continues to write the “Ask Teri” fashion advice column. She is author of The End of Fashion.
Dario Calmese writes for The Daily Beast and is a photographer, visual director, and whose clients have included Beyoncé, Pyer Moss, and Public School.
Constance White is an award-winning journalist and author of Stylenoir, a pioneering book on black culture and style.

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The Museum at FIT

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2017-02-06

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32:16

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