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On Thursday, November 13, The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago will present Fashion Forward, an evening benefit showcasing the fusion of science and fashion. The event will feature the latest in wearable technology, including the "Galaxy Dress", the world's largest wearable LED display, and designs from the innovators at CuteCircuit, Switch Embassy, DisMod and more.
The museum will honor French blogger, photographer, illustrator and author Garance Doré, for her inventive approach to fashion and design with their first-ever Fashion Inspiration Award.
Tickets are $250 to $500; VIP tickets include the opportunity to attend an intimate pre-event ceremony with Doré. All proceeds benefit the MSI Annual Fund supporting the Museum's exhibits and science education programs. For more information and tickets, visit msichicago.org/fashionforward.
· Museum of Science and Industry Chicago [Official Site]
· Garance Doré [Official Site]