Join our museum community for a discussion of Wax in the City, a film following the new generation of Franco-African designers who are taking Paris by storm with bold African wax prints.
About the Film
Africa is in fashion. The look? Wax, which more and more African and Afropean designers have chosen to integrate into their creations. Flora Coquerel, a Franco-Beninese woman and the winner of Miss France 2014, invites us to see how the colors of a simple fabric have become the symbol of the cultural melting pot for an entire generation. (BKE, 2018, 54 minutes.)
How to Participate
To participate, simply sign up here, and then watch the film at your leisure before Thursday, February 25. The film is available to stream on Vimeo. We will email you a link and instructions for joining our group discussion on Zoom.
About the Fashion on Film Series
Monthly discussions on documentary and feature films explore the world of fashion, design, sustainability, and global textile traditions. Browse upcoming programs
More information here: https://museum.gwu.edu/fashion-film-wax-city