Catwalking in Conversation

@ The Bowes Museum

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08 December 2018

3:30 - 5pm

Join Iain R Webb, Professor of Fashion and Design at Kingston School of Art, photographer Chris Moore and award-winning fashion critic Alexander Fury for fascinating insights into our Catwalking exhibition and the stories behind it. Have your copy of the Catwalking book signed, and visit the bar for drinks.

Chris Moore has been at the forefront of fashion for six decades. His 2017 book CATWALKING: Photographs by Chris Moore illustrates the changing face of the catwalk throughout this time, with essays by Alexander Fury, director of AnOther magazine and Men’s Critic of the Financial Times newspaper.

Venue
The Bowes Museum
Barnard Castle
County Durham
DL12 8NP

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