828 Broadway at 12th Street
3rd floor Rare Book Room
From his self-starter beginnings in Brooklyn to the world stage, Isaac Mizrahi’s quintessentially American designs have helped define couture for the last three decades. His work has traversed and questioned boundaries of high and low style, cultivating classic glamour while broadening the appeal of the runway to the world beyond.
With Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History, the Jewish Museum’s lavish exhibit and monograph devoted to his designs from his 1987 debut show to the present day, he looks back on a career spent restless and rangy, spanning not just fashion but acting, directing, theatrical design, and cabaret, too. Join Isaac in the Rare Book Room for a conversation with Chee Pearlman, director of NYC’s Chee Company, former i-D magazine editor-in-chief, and curator of the Museum’s exhibit.
Buy a copy of Isaac Mizrahi or a $20 gift card to attend this event.