It’s not every day that you get to visit the unique residence of a New York fashion artist, which ranks as one of NYC’s most interesting (Does your apartment have a wooden throne with skulls or mannequins with killer whale necklaces? Didn’t think so).
Join New York Adventure Club for an exclusive tour inside the private residence of NYC fashion artist Ronald Jackson, who has been making hand-dyed and hand-painted cotton and silk shirts for over 30 years that have been sold at luxury goods retailers like Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman, and Saks Fifth Ave.
Led by Ronald, our unique fashion experience at his fascinating residence will include:
- An overview of Ronald’s storied fashion career, including his laundry list of celebrity clients such as Diana Ross, Peter Martins, Liza Minelli, Peter Frampton, and Joan Jett.
- A tour of Ronald’s unique residence, which includes sights like a crocodile in an aquarium, leopard skin couches, and a wooden throne topped off with an animal skull.
- A demonstration around professional-grade hand-dying and hand-painting techniques.
- A Q&A with Ronald over snacks and beverages.
See you there!
About Ronald Jackson
Baltimore native Ronald Jackson has been living and making fashion art in New York City for the last 30 years. His classic hand-dyed, hand-painted cotton and silk shirts have sold at Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Ave., Bloomingdales, Fred Segal of Beverly Hills, Isis in Chicago and Seibu in Tokyo as well as specialty boutiques in Wash. DC, Palm Springs, Miami and Malibu.
The designer Patricia Field featured a Ronald Jackson vintage shirt in an early episode of Sex and the City. Celebrity clients have included Diana Ross, Peter Martins, Liza Minelli, Peter Frampton, and Joan Jett.
Ronald Jackson’s artwear made its first international appearance at the Off-Line Fashion Show in Berlin, followed by representation in Tokyo, and several years later an exhibition of private drawings and paintings in Helsinki. His signature shirts have been featured in articles and ads in the NY Times, The Village Voice, Berliner Morgenpost, and Vogue.
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