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“Made in NY” Talks: Behind Iconic Jewelry on Stage and Screen
November 13 at 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join moderator Fern Mallis for a lively discussion about the evolution of accessories over the years and how a statement piece can tell a story and develop a character or brand. The leading costume designers from award-winning shows, films, and theater works share how they approach and shape the way stories are told today with jewelry.
- Donna Zakowska, costume designer, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Broadway’s Relatively Speaking
- Marci Rodgers, costume designer, BlacKkKlansman and She’s Gotta Have It
- Jacqueline Demeterio, costume designer, Younger, Sex and the City 2, and The Intern
- Catherine Zuber, Tony Award–winning costume designer, Broadway’s My Fair Lady and War Paint
- Moderator: Fern Mallis, creator of New York Fashion Week and FIT Foundation director
“Made in NY” Talks: Behind Iconic Jewelry on Stage and Screen is presented by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and FIT and is an official NYC Jewelry Week event.
NYC Jewelry Week is New York City’s first and only week dedicated to promoting the world of jewelry through educational and innovative NYC-focused programming. Its inaugural year of programming takes place from November 12 to 18. NYCJW features groundbreaking exhibitions, educational lectures, explorative workshops, exclusive tours, and unique collaborations with the top businesses, brands, individual jewelers, artists, and designers throughout New York City.
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Click here to register.