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26/02/2015

AZ Storytellers fashion night at Phoenix Art Museum, 3/4

AZ Storytellers fashion night at Phoenix Art Museum, 3/4

Join The Republic for "Stories of a Stylish Life" as we take over the Phoenix Art Museum to celebrate the Valley's most stylish citizens as part of the Arizona Storytellers Project.

The evening is a partnership with the Arizona Costume Institute's Nouveau chapter. We'll hear from fashionistas, models and retailers as we celebrate fashion, beauty and self-expression.

Featured speakers include Dennita Sewell, curator of fashion design at the Phoenix Art Museum; Sheree Hartwell, owner of the Ford Robert Black Agency; stylist and model Maggie Heiser; retired custom bridal designer Francesca Bianco; Barney's New York display manager John Stevens; Nouveau chapter founder Celine Rille; stylist Oscar de la Salas; and Galina Mihaleva, costume designer at Arizona State University's School of Film, Dance and Theatre.

Galina Mihaleva

Sewell will talk about how she got her start, and some of the mistakes she made along the way. Rille will share how a college boyfriend helped her develop her signature style. Learn what Bianco (mother of pizza maestro Chris) learned the time she saw Rose Kennedy walk past Gloria Swanson, who was rumored to be sleeping with Kennedy's husband.

All Republic and azcentral.com subscribers receive a complimentary brownie from Fairytale Brownies at check-in.

American Sign Language interpretation will be provided by student volunteers.

Tickets include appetizers. A full cash bar is available. Proceeds from this event will be used to support The Republic's journalism training and education programs.

Admission to the museum is free on this night ("Fashioned in America" is on exhibit), but storytelling is a ticketed event.

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