Next on AHA! A House for Arts: Fashion

From Downton Abbey to Punk, explore the art of fashion. 

We chat with Corey Aldrich, Creative Director and Producer of Electric City Couture.

Take a look at Downton Abbey-era fashions presented at Fort Collins' Avery House.

Andrew Bolton, curator of the Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, guides viewers through this year’s exhibition, “Punk: Chaos to Couture.”

Learn about the late American painter Robert Butler, who created colorful and romantic portrayals of landscapes and who was a member of the well-known African American artists' group, The Highwaymen.

Watch Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 7:30pm.

Repurposing for Fashion

Repurposing for Fashion

Corey Aldrich from Electric City Couture discusses repurposing old clothes for fashion.

Universal Preservation Hall

Universal Preservation Hall

Corey Aldrich from Electric City Couture discusses Universal Preservation Hall.

Corey Aldrich on Gamakache Black

Corey Aldrich on Gamakache Black

Electric City Couture's Corey Aldrich discusses Gamakache Black designer Margaret Persaud.

Corey Aldrich on Vilma Mare's Baltic Style

Corey Aldrich on Vilma Mare's Baltic Style

Electric City Couture's Corey Aldrich discusses designer Vilma Mare's Baltic Style.

Corey Aldrich on Designer MA+CH (Marika Charles)

Corey Aldrich on Designer MA+CH (Marika Charles)

Electric City Couture’s Corey Aldrich discusses designer MA+CH (Marika Charles).

Corey Aldrich on 'e ko logic Designer Kathleen Tesnakis

Corey Aldrich on 'e ko logic Designer Kathleen Tesnakis

Electric City Couture's Corey Aldrick discusses 'e ko logic Designer Kathleen Tesnakis.

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