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I came across a photo the other day of a fifteen-year-old girl dressed in a tuxedo, complete with red bow tie and tails, standing in front of a Christmas tree. Why the tux? She was immediately drawn to the idea. However, at her school, she was the only one in on the twist. In the photo, she is attempting to look cool and smug, but her eyes betray sadness. The sexual identity struggles and confusion that had been quietly welling up within her since middle school were finally emerging for all to see.
The Tuxedo Redefined: Formality, Fluidity, and Femininity
What would it take for you to wear a tuxedo all day, every day, for the entire month of August? Not the sort of monkey suit you might see at a high school prom, but one you might feel comfortable wearing to a poker game with Alec Baldwin and Daniel Craig at the Bellagio. Big difference. Is he famous?
A new exhibit on display at 80 Washington Square East Galleries explores how the tuxedo has been conceptually and formally incorporated into women's fashion. For more information, please visit Tuxedo Redefined's website or tuxedoredefined on Instagram, or email tuxedoredefined gmail. The exhibit features clothing, accessories, photographs, and films that demonstrate the performative, commercial, and artistic reach of the tuxedo: A Chanel dress by Karl Lagerfeld will examine the aesthetic adaptations of womenswear, while fashion advertising and imagery for designer brands—such as Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, and After Six—will showcase how tuxedo marketing has considered female and male consumers alike. The event is free and open to the public. Symposium: Sunday February 2, a.