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Chelsea Manning in Norma Kamali and photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue

Chelsea Manning Goes Vogue

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August 10, 2017 Comments (0) Views: 104 *The Strangeways Report, Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Fashion and Design, Galleries & Art Walks

SGS Recommends: IMMINENT MODE: REVOLUTION RESIST at Vermillion

 ©2017 Adé. Photo: Stephanie Jamieson.

©2017 Adé. Photo: Stephanie Jamieson.

TONIGHT (Thursday, August 10th)  is the monthly Capitol Hill Art Walk and since Pike Street is blocked off for a special community project, you can roam around checking out awesome art including this fantastic show at Vermillion, 1508 11th Avenue between Pike & Pine on the newsiest block on the Hill. It’s a fashion show featuring work by Anouk Rawkson, Jordan Christianson, Brenda Bryan, Grant Rehnberg, Julian Peña, Gabriel-Bello Diaz, Rio Abundez, Devon Yan, Carolyn Hitt, Robinick Fernandez, Amanda Franz.

 

ART OPENING
IMMINENT MODE: REVOLUTION RESIST
Thursday, AUGUST 10, 2017 6-9pm
OUTDOOR FASHION SHOW @8
(show runs through September 9, 2017)
Imminent Mode is a platform for artists and designers to play with the Juxtaposition of creative expression bringing different mediums together to create wearable art based on a theme. For this installment the theme is: Revolution Resist. Open to interpretation by each pairing, they will create two wearable pieces of art – one piece for exhibition and one to be featured in a runway show. Each artist will have a a hanging piece that represents them as an artist and the pieces will be photographed in an editorial style photo shoot.
 
With works by: Anouk Rawkson, Jordan Christianson, Brenda Bryan, Grant Rehnberg, Julian Peña, Gabriel-Bello Diaz, Rio Abundez, Devon Yan, Carolyn Hitt, Robinick Fernandez, Amanda Franz. With Photography by Stephanie JamiesonJoin us for an outdoor fashion show on the night of the opening: August 10th at 8pm!
Address: 1508 11th ave between E.Pike & E.Pine.

Thanks to Pike People Street 2017 project, we will have full access to the street to be used as a pedestrian walkway and catwalk. DJ Mister Sister and dancing from 6-10.
Read more here: https://www.seattle.gov/transportation/pikeped.htm

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