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NOT who I was This Morning -360* Fashion 2017
September 24, 2017 @ 2:00pm - 7:00pm$20
The Center for Moving Cultures and Curl Power Salon present:
NOT Who I Was This Morning
The Fourth Annual 360* Fashion Performance
Radical fashions exalting bodies in 360* range of motion. A Fashion performance where the models can move and embrace their bodies in mind-altering designs. Join us and be an ambassador of change for positive body culture.
When: Sept. 24th, 2017 2 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Where: Can Can Wonderland 775 Prior Ave St. Paul, MN 55104
Tickets and More Information: $20 and up suggested donation. Reservations recommended. Look for paypal link on this Facebook page. Send $20 + to reserve your spot!
Co-Directed by Lelis Brito and Rosie Jablonski, “Not Who I Was This Morning” is a one-hour performance exploring changing identities. 360* Fashion celebrates the models’ unique movement style and features the work of designers who worked with each individual model to design a piece that highlights their specific body and movement. Tumble down the rabbit hole with us where we explore the multidimensional aspects of who we are.
Featuring the designs of : Candy Kuehn, Pasha May, Meena Mina Mona Lisa ( Lisa Carlson and Mina Leierwood), Morphé (Munir Kahar, Kryskaya, and Tara Fahey)
With Model Ensemble: Erika Dani, Patty Gille, Terri McDaniel, Patti Paulson, Lauren Peterson, Kari Rightfoot, Anna Schliep, Camellia Schliep, Megan Sheppard, and Caspian Wirth-Petrik.
About 360* Fashion:
360* Fashion is a project of the Center For Moving Cultures, a Non-profit that advocates for knowledge and social justice through our moving tactile bodies.
In contrast to conventional runway shows that feature designs for a generic size 0 or 00 body in proportions very few people have, 360* Fashion designs for a kaleidescope of bodies. In contrast to making clothes to mold a person into an ideal and static picture, 360* Fashion designs for a moving body that dances, laughs, and crawls on the floor looking for lost objects. Donning ready-to-wear to wearable art, the models embrace their varied body shapes in performance and the designs exalt their unique bodies.