Floor 3
Free with Museum admission
Plaster figures designed by Bernard Rudofsky and modeled by Constantin Nivola, showing a woman’s body as it would have appeared had it fitted into the clothes of four fashion periods. In the exhibition *Are Clothes Modern?*, The Museum of Modern Art, November 28, 1944–March 4, 1945. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, Photographic Archive. Photo: Soichi Sunami

Join us for a conversation with designers Lucy Jones and Yeohlee Teng about fashion beyond “seasonality” and the ways we redefine style and selfhood through what we wear. Held in conjunction with Items: Is Fashion Modern? and the People’s Studio, the discussion will be moderated by Michelle Millar Fisher, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.

This program meets in the People’s Studio and is free for members and Museum admission ticket holders. No registration is required.

This event accompanies Items: Is Fashion Modern? and The People’s Studio.