Brown Bag Lecture: Fashion - How it Shapes Our Lives

Wednesday, November 1, 2017 - 13:00 to 14:30

Kamille Hitz, chair of the fashion department at City College of San Francisco, also fashion designer and illustrator,  speaks about the history of fashion, especially its dramatic changes in the 20th-century. She will talk about how much fashion shapes our lives as our major means of silent visual communication and self-expression.  In addition she will share some of her own experiences working for the fashion industry.

Hitz, who has taught at City College for 11 years, earned a B.F.A. in fashion design at Parsons School of Design in New York while also working at the women's blouse company Flatiron Workshop. where she learned every aspect of fashion manufacturing. She then joined the Eileen Fisher Studio as assistant designer and colorist, also illustrator, and has designed for the Travelsmith Outfitters catalog.

Bring your own lunch. Click here to RSVP. Free. We invite members of the public to join us and check out our program.

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Brown Bags are every 1st Wednesday from 1 - 2:30pm.

SF State's Downtown Campus, 835 Market St., Room 677
Enter from the sidewalk into 835 Market under the purple SF State banner.