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As part of the Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo fashion exhibit that is currently being showcased at the Phoenix Art Museum, legendary supermodel Pat Cleveland graces the museum with her appearance tonight to share her insights and experiences working with the designer.

Cleveland gained her fashion fame in print and on the runway throughout the 1970s and remains as one of the most influential supermodels in that decade. She has appeared on a number of fashion spreads and covers of Essence, GQ, Women’s Wear Daily, Vogue, Vanity Fair and much more.

Not only will she be sharing her personal stories of working with Giorgio di Sant’ Angelo, Cleveland will also discuss her modeling life and how she broke into the fashion industry during that time.

If You Go

What: “The Golden Heart of Georgio di Sant’ Angelo,” an intimate conversation with 70’s supermodel, Pat Cleveland.

When: Wednesday, February 1 (TONIGHT), 7:00 p.m.

Where: Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave.