“Dearly Beloved” — An Interactive Fashion Exhibition & Runway Show

  • What this is

    Exhibitions are public displays of art and design curated by a local gallery, museum, or organization.

  • When & Where

    • Sep 12: 4-7pm

    1835 Imperial Avenue
    San Diego, CA 92102
  • Tags

    Design = Equity, Resilience, Play, Connection, Education
    Discipline Craft, Experience, Fashion
“Dearly Beloved” — An Interactive Fashion Exhibition & Runway Show

Join us for an Interactive Fashion Exhibition and Runway Show that will showcase a Ready-to-Wear collection with Costume designs, Streetwear, and Cut-and-Sew techniques. This experience will exhibit how Fashion can also be a vessel to represent, celebrate, and amplify the importance of AAPI and Filipino-American Culture in the Fashion and Entertainment industries.

As a Filipino Immigrant, “Dearly Beloved” is a representation of being resilient in the face of adversities, connecting modern and traditional lifestyles, and bridging mixed identities and upbringing.

The show will take place at 1835 Studios: a cultural hub, creative studios, and event venue for local artists, makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators located in Sherman Heights, San Diego.

About the host

Riza Clave (Weriza)

Riza Clave was born and raised in the Philippines. She is a self-taught Costume Designer, Creative Director, Seamstress, Pattern-maker, Photographer, Brand Consultant, Event Coordinator, and Youth Mentor. She launched Weriza in August 2016 in San Diego, California. Weriza was created to break traditional boundaries, encourage perseverance, and create opportunities through Design and Mentorship.