Dunedin Fine Arts Center’s ‘Wearable Art’ fashion show returns after three-year hiatus

The 16th edition of the event goes down this month at DFAC.

click to enlarge Wearable Art 13 at Dunedin Fine Arts Center in Dunedin, Florida. - Photo by Jennifer Ring
Photo by Jennifer Ring
Wearable Art 13 at Dunedin Fine Arts Center in Dunedin, Florida.
Tampa Bay’s most unexpected fashion show is back for its 16th anniversary at the Dunedin Fine Art Center (DFAC) this month.

The center’s wearable Art fashion show returns for the first time in three years, this month on Saturday, Aug. 27 at 8 p.m.

Wearable Art continues to celebrate a growing community of artists working in fashion with unbelievable art and extravagant fashion all on one runway.

This year’s Sweet 16 theme is sure to bring plenty of surprises and featured runway presentations from artists Mark Byrne, Rya DeMulder, Neva Durham, Frank Strunk III, Bay to Bay Designers and more. Guests can also enjoy a gallery exhibit by artist Leslie Joy Ickowitz entitled, “Windows in Time.”

The show—happening at DFAC, located at 1143 Michigan Blvd. in Dunedin—includes a Pre-Glow and After-Glow party, both featuring live music.

Tickets for the show start at $85 nd are on sale now. A $20 party ticket is also available, which will get you entry into the pre-show and after-show with a video viewing of the fashion show.

The Pre-Glow party starts at 7 p.m. and the runway show and After-Glow party follow.

More information about Dunedin Fine Art Center’s wearable Art show and tickets can be found via dfac.org.
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