The Atlantic has published an article, “Wouldn’t It Be Nice to Have a Women’s Shoe Emoji that Isn’t a Red Stiletto?” by Megan Garber, about the efforts of Florie Hutchinson, a PR specialist in California, to have a stylish, sensible shoe emoji added to the next Unicode standard.
When: Sep 23 2017-Jun 3 2018
Where: Mint Museum UPTOWN, Charlotte NC
“North Carolina native William Ivey Long is one of the most renowned theatrical costume designers working today. This exhibition, organized by The Mint Museum, explores Long’s most recent work, from 2007 to today. It features the theatrical productions The Lost Colony (redesigned 2007–2008), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (2012), Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (2013), Little Dancer (2014), and On the Twentieth Century (2015), as well as the television specials Grease Live! (2016), and The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again (2016). Focusing on Long’s process, it features sketches, swatches, mood boards, and other preparatory materials in addition to the costumes themselves.”
Fashion, Style & Popular Culture also takes general submissions. For more information on submission guidelines please visit the journal’s website.
WHEN: Thursday, October 19 – Saturday, October 21
WHERE: LIM College
WHAT: Fashion & Media Symposium
WHEN: October 12-14, 2017
WHERE: Drexel University
FTC SIG members can register for the graduate student rate by entering our group affiliation in the associations box. A $50 day rate is available by contacting the conference coordinator.