MICHAEL BYERS | HOW FASHION EVOLVED DURING QUARANTINE FOR 5280
March 12, 2021 Michael Byers
From handmade masks to tie dye sweats, we trace the year in couture with #lcmartist MICHAEL BYERS & 5280 Magazine. How fab, funny & relatable is this piece called “How Denverites’ Fashion Evolved During Quarantine?” I know we’re guilty of much of this ranging from our self-made tie-dyed loungewear to eating outdoors in 30 degree weather shivering in a ski jacket grasping our food in our mittens. We may have not gotten to the winged eyeliner yet and hoping we skip that one in our household. The hottest fashion trend we’re currently seeing is dressing up for our vaxxies – otherwise known as selfies taken while getting the vaccine. What next?
“When Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck opens at the Denver Art Museum on March 14, we’ll gain insights into how clothing can define an era—which made us wonder how COVID-19 will be remembered in couture. Here, we recap the accoutrements of our (quarantine) lives.”