RUN, don’t walk—a new project is not just a must-see for vintage fashion enthusiasts, but a fascinating insight into what it means to be a muse and a collaborator. Writer and filmmaker Liz Goldwyn came into her power, professionally and personally, in the 1990s when she found herself in circles with other ground-breaking and inspiring female creatives. One such figure was multi-faceted artist Susan Cianciolo, whose 11 seminal RUN collections from 1995 to 2001 cemented her as a cult-status fashion designer. Together, they also created many pieces together while progressing in their perspective careers and now, Goldwyn is ready to release the garments and art back into the world.
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