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Current Exhibitions


Pioneering American Fashion: Rudi Gernreich and Bonnie Cashin

April 20, 2015 - 11:00 am to 02:00 pm

The Cincinnati Art Museum Luncheon and Lecture Series presents:

Pioneering American Fashion: Rudi Gernreich and Bonnie Cashin


Monday, April 20, 2015

11:00 a.m.

Registration in the Cincinnati Art Museum DeWitt Entrance

11:30 a.m.

Presentation by Cynthia Amnéus, Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles followed by UC Forward Students presenting on the fashions of Bonnie Cashin


Cost: $40 per person or table of 10 for $400

Lunch served following the lecture

Limited space available


To RSVP, Please download the reply card and return by April 14, 2015 via email [email protected], mail to the address below, or by calling (513) 639.2961.

Cincinnati Art Museum

attn: Luncheon & Lecture Series

953 Eden Park Drive

Cincinnati, OH 45202


Rudi Gernreich was one of the most visionary fashion designers of the twentieth century. From unisex clothing to the topless bathing suit, his colorful clothing both shocked and liberated women fo the 1960s and 1970s. Drawn from the personal collection of Gernreich's model/muse Peggy Moffitt, this exhibition explores designs that transformed fashion.


For further information, contact Development Events Manager Tiffany Payne-Bush at (513) 639.2962 or [email protected].



This series is generously sponsored by:

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