Alabama Chanin & Billy Reid
Crafting Fashion: A MakeShift Pop-up Shop
Hand-crafted items from designers working at the intersection of fashion and design. Alabama Chanin, Albertus Schwaponel, Maria Cornejo, Heath Ceramics, Hugo & Marie, Imogene & Willie, Maria Moyer, and Susan Cianciolo. Pop-up shop open May 18-25.
Rosanne Cash keeps her head down and shows up for work. She has recorded eleven No. 1 singles, blurring the genres of country, rock, roots, and pop. She has received eleven Grammy nominations and, in 1985, she won the Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “I Don’t Know Why You Don’t Want Me.” A prolific writer, she has authored the books Bodies of Water (Hyperion, 1996), Penelope Jane: A Fairy’s Tale (Harper-Collins, 2006), edited the book Song Without Rhyme (Hyperion, 2001), and recently penned her memoir Composed (Viking, 2010). Rosanne’s prose and essays have appeared in the New York Times, The Oxford-American, New York Magazine, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Martha Stewart Living and various other publications.
Jessamyn Hatcher teaches fashion studies and the humanities in the Global Liberal Studies program at New York University. She is working on a book called Deep Wearing: Materiality, Affect, and the Politics of Fashion, as well as a biography of Hortense Mitchell. She is the co-editor of an upcoming volume about fashion and globalization, and is also the co-editor of a book on gender theory called No More Separate Spheres!: A Next Wave American Studies Reader (Duke University Press). As the creator and director of the The Human-Textile Wellness Initiative, Jessamyn has developed a research laboratory and as a wellness clinic for people-clothing relationships.