RETRO MIRRORED SELVES. "ENLIGHTENED EXISTENCE. BLOOMED. SPRING. EVOLVED"
Suffragists Inspire Virtual Hat Exhibition HUE MAGAZINE Solidary in Style Oct 27 2020
Milliner Lisa McFadden had the opportunity to discuss her background as a fashion designer, milliner and her mask making journey with Susan Van Brackle of Fleek Digital Magazine. Listen to the interview about her COVID-19 mask making journey from Healthcare Responders to High Art.
NY Textile Month at the Garment District Arts Alliance the Milliners Guild, NYC, 2019
Window collaboration with Savel Fabrics located in the lobby of the
Design and Decorators Building, NYC
Red fascinator in American Airlines
Magazine, Celebrated Living Platinum
NY Textile Month at B&J Fabrics with the Milliners Guild, NYC, 2018
Hat: Golden Child at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Mezzanine Gallery showing with the Milliners Guild.
LISAMCFADDEN MILLINERY 'Femdora' pg 23
ny easter parade 2015 nytimes photographer fred conrad
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By Erik Haagensen | Posted Aug. 24, 2009, 3:11 p.m
Photo Source: Dixie Sheridan
Presented by MyChurch Productions as part of the
New York International Fringe Festival
Fredi Walker-Browne's crisp direction keeps the antics bubbling,
as does Obediah Wright's period choreography; especially routines
for the beautiful line of chorines known as the Do Dropettes.
Lisa McFadden's excellent costumes add to the character-driven authenticity.
Theatre Review by Matthew Murray
Topping the 21-person cast is a roaring nine-piece band (under Tommy James’s sinewy musical direction) blasting out the brass-and-sax-heavy score with irrepressible supper-club abandon. The costumes (by Lisa McFadden) are wonderfully rich, counting crisp evening wear for the headliners and flowing strings of barely connected sequins for the chorines.