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  1. video thumbnail for RIP VIP - Experimental Fashion Event pt. 1- MICA - April 20, 2013

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 20, 2013

    RIP VIP - Experimental Fashion Event pt. 1- MICA - April 20, 2013

    For the annual Experimental Fashion Event, artists and designers from the Fiber Department's Multi Media Event courses work collaboratively to transform 2640 (St. John's Church) into a venue for innovative fashion and costume design. During the event, students present their individually crafted bodies of garment-based work, pushing the boundaries of fashion and art.

  2. video thumbnail for RIP VIP - Experimental Fashion Event pt. 2 - MICA - April 20, 2013

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 20, 2013

    RIP VIP - Experimental Fashion Event pt. 2 - MICA - April 20, 2013

    For the annual Experimental Fashion Event, artists and designers from the Fiber Department's Multi Media Event courses work collaboratively to transform 2640 (St. John's Church) into a venue for innovative fashion and costume design. During the event, students present their individually crafted bodies of garment-based work, pushing the boundaries of fashion and art.

  3. video thumbnail for XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part II - MICA - April 5, 2014

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 5, 2014

    XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part II - MICA - April 5, 2014

    This spring, MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during the XIX, An Experimental Fashion Event and UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. These events push the boundaries of fashion with a unique use of fiber and textiles supplemented by additional media, allowing designers to craft imaginative, original, and distinctive artistic creations. Visit mica.edu/fashion for additional information and images.

  4. video thumbnail for XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part I - MICA - April 5, 2014

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 5, 2014

    XIX: An Experimental Fashion Event - Part I - MICA - April 5, 2014

    This spring, MICA students showcase inventive and thought-provoking designs in fashion during the XIX, An Experimental Fashion Event and UNMARKED, the 21st Annual Benefit Fashion Show. These events push the boundaries of fashion with a unique use of fiber and textiles supplemented by additional media, allowing designers to craft imaginative, original, and distinctive artistic creations. Visit mica.edu/fashion for additional information and images.

  5. video thumbnail for Multimedia Event – Medium Rare – April 18, 2015

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 18, 2015

    Multimedia Event – Medium Rare – April 18, 2015

    MEDIUMRARE: An Experimental Fashion Event involves more than 250 designers, models, and performers, representing a variety of concepts and skill sets, with work speaking to the performative nature of fashion and the merging of runway, stage, and gallery. The Experimental Fashion Event is directed, designed, and produced by the artists from the MICA Fiber Department’s Multi Media Event class.

  6. video thumbnail for Hoi Polloi – Multimedia Event – MICA – April 2, 2016

    Annual Fashion ShowsApril 6, 2016

    Hoi Polloi – Multimedia Event – MICA – April 2, 2016

    The 2016 Experimental Fashion Event is designed, directed, and produced by the artists and designers from the MICA Fiber Department's yearlong Multi-Media Event class. Together, they collaboratively transformed Baltimore's Lithuanian Hall into a venue for innovative fashion, costume design, performance art, and soft sculpture. This annual event featured individually crafted bodies of garment-based work exploring the intersection of fashion and art.

  7. video thumbnail for For a Limited Time Only: An Experimental Fashion Event

    Annual Fashion ShowsMay 3, 2017

    For a Limited Time Only: An Experimental Fashion Event

    For a Limited Time Only is an experimental fashion event that explores the novelty of impermanence. It aims to subvert the commercial aspect of the phrase and focus on the ephemeral nature of performative art.