Texan culture goes mod at the 1968 rewind-reboot fashion show!

Texan culture goes mod at the 1968 rewind-reboot fashion show!


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The UTSA Institute of Texan Culture celebrated 50 years of Hemisfair at the 1968 Rewind-Reboot fashion show on Saturday evening. It conjured up powerful feelings of nostalgia with incredible music and spectacular mod fashions of the time. It was definitely a party, and inspired the audience to celebrate what’s to come with our amazing city!


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Money raised at the event went to the Texan Fund that impacts the exhibits, festivals and educational public programming for UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures. But this wasn’t just another fundraising gala, it was a true celebration of style and the hard work our city puts forth so that we may pass along our heritage and culture to future generations. It inspired us to move forward despite hard times because as Americans we have been through worse, survived and built our character stronger than ever. As Texans, the event showcased our endurance and after all is said and done, we are proud!


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The atmosphere was booming with fiery prints, sequins and of course fabulous go-go boots bringing forth a sentimental flash from the past. It was a night of unforgettable moments thanks to, Michael Quintanilla and the UTSA Institute of Texan Culture.


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Checkout highlights in our episode above and for even more fashion news, stay tuned to Style Lush TV, San Antonio’s online fashion television network.


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Kassandra Rodriguez
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Kassandra is a Trendsetter Member of the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative currently learning about online fashion media and content creation through its mentorship opportunity. Originally from McAllen, Texas, Kassandra is a fashionista at heart. She hopes to inspire everyone to dress outside of their comfort zone and use style as a form of self-expression. She's an advocate for plus size fashion, believing that fashion shouldn't discriminate on the basis of pant size. From working Alta Roma Fashion Week, to styling Milan Men's Fashion Week her experiences bring a unique flame to San Antonio.