Row House Cinema, Style412 collaborate on fashion film festival
Row House Cinema in Lawrenceville is bringing a fashion film festival to town with the help of Style412.
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One of the reasons I knew I wanted to move back to Pittsburgh was to help actually make a change in the fashion scene here (something nearly impossible in NYC). #fastforward 10 years and I have the honor of being on the team that is helping to bring this historical festival to life! The first of its kind, I hope to see you at the super exciting events that we have planned during the week!! Come support @style412 & the lovely @rowhousecinema! #style412 #stylefouronetwo #fashionfilmfestival #pittsburghfashion
Style412 is a nonprofit dedicated to boosting the local fashion scene.
Show times and ticketing information can be found at rowhousecinema.com.
The festival kicks off at 12:45 p.m. Friday with “Clueless.” Prior to the 7 p.m. screening of “The True Cost,” a criticial examination of the fast-fashion business, a panel of local experts will discuss responsible retail and sustainable practices within the Pittsburgh fashion industry.
Other events include a brunch on Sunday from nearby restaurant Reed & Company before a matinee.
The festival concludes Sept. 26 with a party for the screening of “Halston.” Released earlier this year, the documentary follows the life and work of the 1970s designer Roy Halston Frowick.
JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .