And if you’re still wondering what exactly this Katy Keene thing is all about, it’s time to get enlightened. A legend in her time, Katy Keene was an inspiration for the aspiring, young fashion designers of her day. Although somewhat absent from current mass culture awareness, she is still the object of ardent interest and fascination. Jerico hopes to revive both the memory of Katy, and her enthusiastic and caring creator, Bill Woggon at the Art Celebration. Because it was his grandfather’s early support and inspiriation that propelled him into an art career, Jerico thought of no better way to celebrate his own success than by toasting Katy (and Bill Woggon) on her 60th birthday. “Come get inspired.,” said Woggon. So, come raise a glass for Jerico and Katy at this anything-but-stuffy art reception and celebration.

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