BOUDOIR COUTURE SHOWCASE:
Featuring Interpretations of Intimate Apparel circa 2017 by Baltimore’s Maker Class of Apparel Designers, Fiber Artists and Wearable Artists
5:00 Reception | 5:45 Program | 2nd Floor Lobby
A curated selection of independent designers and students studying fashion design (Baltimore Design School), fiber arts (MICA) and costume design (Baltimore School of the Arts) – will showcase wearable concepts that reflect their point-of-view regarding the categorical realm of intimate apparel. Tickets to this event are FREE with a reservation.
Our Curator and Host: Caprece Jackson-Garrett
Caprece Jackson-Garrett, Fashion Curator, Stylist, Personal Style Consultant, an ever-inspired Fashionista, and tireless advocate on behalf of Baltimore’s Creative Class of Apparel and Accessory Designers, Fiber Artists and Wearable Artistes; is the owner of Bonneau Caprece LLC, a strategic marketing, PR, fine arts programming and event production company established in 2010.
The ever inspired graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology and Ohio University has achieved the following within the fashion industry arena: covering the collections in Paris, France and Milan, Italy as a Paris-based general interest, freelance journalist during the 80’s, staffing the editorial team that launched ELLE Magazine’s U.S. Edition, being a muse of Patrick Kelly, the 1st designer to present during Paris Fashion Week, being photographed by iconic street style photographer, Bill Cunningham in Milan and New York; and her Instagram Page @bonneaucaprece was selected by Ari Cohen, founder of the Advanced Style Movement, as one of the Top 20 NEW Instagram Pages not to be missed, in 2015!
During the 20+ years Caprece has resided in Baltimore, she has completed stints for American Red Cross, United Way, Port Discovery Museum, and the University of MD, and served as press secretary for the Baltimore City Council during the O’Malley Administration. Caprece established the events department for Living Classrooms’ Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park, producing 300 events that raised nearly $300K.