James Galanos Lecture - 10.19.08 4:00 PM
2008-2009 Annenberg Theater Speaker Series
The newly renamed Annenberg Theater Council (ATC) will present a series of lectures on fashion, the arts and the entertainment industry. All lectures will take place in the Annenberg Theater and the last 15 minutes of the lecture will be devoted to questions and answers.
ATC members: $15; Individual: $25
ATC Members Series: $60; Individual Series
James Galanos and Booth Moore will discuss fashion, style and why Vanity Fair declared Galanos, “The most important American fashion designer of the 20th century.” Galanos’ clothes are admired for their cut and elegant fabrics. His reputation for exacting workmanship gained him the loyalty of many clients. He received the Coty Fashion Award in 1954 and 1956. Moore is a fashion critic as well as the editor of IMAGE, the weekend fashion section in the Los Angeles Times. She covers “fashion weeks” from New York to Paris. Her columns include tips on where to shop and how to pack, looking chic all the while. Large screen visuals for this lecture will be provided by Jay Jorgensen.
To buy tickets, call 322-4859.