Announcements February 5, 2018
Fashion Design Senior, Demaris Fisher, Participates in Boudoir Vignettes at Everyman Theatre
This November, Demaris Fisher, a BDS senior in the fashion design pathway, joined representatives from MICA, the Market Center Merchants Association, SWOP Baltimore and students from Baltimore School for the Arts, to participate in Boudoir Vignettes at Everyman Theatre.
“BOUDOIR VIGNETTES” REPRESENTS COMMUNITY COLLABORATION ON DISPLAY
On view in Everyman Theatre’s lobby and mezzanine levels during the run of Intimate Apparel (October 18 – November 19, 2017), “Boudoir Vignettes” is a fashion exhibit inspired by characters and settings from the play, and created for theatre-goers viewing pleasure by members of Baltimore’s design community.
With a nod to the neighborhood surrounding Everyman Theatre (Market Center and the Bromo Arts and Entertainment District) and its history of storefronts, department stores and Baltimore’s own historic garment district, Boudoir Vignettes is a “window” into a modern interpretation of Intimate Apparel, crafted by a variety of partners, including a community of downtown designers, boutique owners, tailors and area students studying fashion, fiber arts and costume design. The installation is curated by Caprece Jackson-Garrett, owner of Bonneau Caprece LLC, a Baltimore-based marketing, PR and event production company. – Brian Francoise, Director of Community Engagement, Everyman Theatre
Pictured: Model, Zishae Riley, wearing corset top designed by BDS fashion student Demaris Fisher