Rae Yo Young is a fashion designer and multifaceted artist based in Nashville. Their art focuses on self-expression and is inspired by 1990s and early 2000s Harajuku fashion, southern culture, a multitude of fashion trends from subcultures throughout the world, and the exploration of their lost ancestral identity as a Black American. Join Rae to learn about screen printing, sun printing, patch application, and full garment construction.


If you would like to create your own sun print or corset during Rae’s demonstrations, here are the materials you will need:

Sun Prints:
Buffalo clips or weights
Flat cardboard
8 x 10 flat cut glass
Jacquard SolarFast Starter Kit
Printer
White t-shirt, top, or fabric

Corset:
Corset pattern (to be provided by the artist)
Grommets
Hot glue gun (if you don’t want to sew)
Pins
Scissors
Sewing machine
Sewing needle
Two yards of sewing trims (lace, ribbons, etc.)
Two yards of fabric (this can be a combination of different types of fabric)

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