Yves Saint Laurent: Creating Power in Style for the Modern Woman
Julia Geist, Docent Lecturer, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
In the 1960s, master couturier and fashion pioneer Saint Laurent radically changed the way women dressed. His pantsuits and tuxedos – traditional symbols of male power – conveyed elegance and chic. This illustrated lecture is a retrospective of his imaginative and sexy designs through 40 years.
MLF: International Relations Location: SF Club Office Time: 5:30 p.m. Read more »
Patricia Lundberg, Professor Emerita of English Language and Literature and Women’s Studies, Indiana University Northwest
Monday Night Philosophy peers back in history, where not that many men were educated, and almost no women. How was that stifling cultural ideal challenged and changed, so that the ascent of woman could get started? Read more »