In honor of Gay Pride Month, UJA-Federation of New York will host a special evening at the Jewish Museum on Tuesday, June 28 in conjunction with its current exhibition, Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History.
Guests will have the opportunity to meet the influential designer sip cocktails, and take a private tour of the show, which explores key trends in Mizrahi’s work — from the use of color and prints, to witty designs that touch on issues of race, religion, class, and politics. The features iconic designs from the Isaac Mizrahi New York clothing label, his own collections, his line for Target, and clothing, hats, jewelry, shoes, accessories, and costumes for the theater, the opera, and the Mark Morris Dance Group. In addition, a multi-screen video installation showcases a variety of content drawn from film and television cameos and runway shows, as well as from the award-winning documentary Unzipped; the television program The Isaac Mizrahi Show; scenes from the cabaret LES MIZrahi; appearances on Project Runway; and the current QVC network show IsaacMizrahiLive!.
Tickets are $125 (of which $100 is tax-deductible). Visit www.ujafedny.org for tickets and information.