A show and sale of wearable art clothes, jewelry and accessories. Representing the finest of American wearable-craft artists, all 45 exhibitors have been juried into previous Smithsonian Craft Shows. The exhibitors will offer items for men and women in all price ranges, from one-of-a-kind jewelry and shearling coats to many under-$100 items.
Event begins at 10:00AM
Presented by: Smithsonian Women's Committee
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