History Of Fashion – Ep. 3: Iconic Designers | BLACK HISTORY

History Of Fashion – Ep. 3: Iconic Designers | BLACK HISTORY

Its officially MARCH 1st . . although its no longer FEBRUARY (Black History Month) .. it doesn’t mean we cant talk about some of these influential black designers in history that has made an impact in the fashion world. Some of the designers include Zelda Wynn Valdes, Anne Lowe, Scott Barrie, and Willi Smith.
Not only have they made an impact in fashion but they have made some of the most iconic designs that will forever be remembered.
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Humanities Salon – Anne Lowe and the Black Fashion Museum

Humanities Salon – Anne Lowe and the Black Fashion Museum

This episode of Humanities Salon was presented in conjunction with the Black Fashion Museum on June 23, 2002. Ann Lowe was a prominent African American clothing designer and seamstress who produced gowns for movie stars, royalty, and first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.

The program was moderated by Smithsonian curator emeritus Edith Mayo, and features guest speakers Carol R. Gibbs, historian and author; Robin Givhan, Washington Post fashion editor; and Linda Ann Dixon, great granddaughter of Ann Lowe.