Tziporah Salamon performs “The Fabric of My Life: A Sartorial Autobiography”

New York street style icon, stylist and model Tziporah Salamon will perform her one woman show: “The Fabric of My Life: A Sartorial Autobiography,” in which Tziporah will use her legendary vintage and designer wardrobe to illustrate the story of her life. This free event is hosted by Wayland Square’s Clad in boutique, which encourages all women, of all sizes and ages, to develop a creative, personal style and to have fun with fashion.

A favorite subject of acclaimed photographers Bill Cunningham, Iké Udé and Ari Seth Cohen, Tziporah regularly graces the New York Times Style section and is frequently featured in Advanced Style. In addition to working as a stylist, performance artist and teacher at Parson’s, The New School for Design, Tziporah has modeled for Lanvin and in Australian Vogue. Her internationally-sourced archival wardrobe has served as inspiration to such designers as Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren and Diane Von Furstenberg.  (See

Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm

RISD Auditorium
17 Canal Walk, Providence RI

Event Type

Performance or Concert


Apparel Design



$25 (optional donation)


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