The Fashion Through History Exhibit, featuring the designs of Michelle Gencev’s Minxsi Collection depicted 12 women in 12 different eras of fashion (1700s, 1800s, 1920s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 2000s and two depictions of the future of the female silhouette). The models were staggered in sets of four around the event space throughout the evening where audiences had to walk around to catch a glimpse of each work. What was moving about the exhibit was the strong link between fashion and world history. The presentation depicted modern versions of each iconic female silhouette, and also glorified each moment in fashion not only for its beauty and authenticity, but also for its ability to represent and draw audiences to the realities of each time period. Take the corseted silhouette of the 1700s that took us back to the time when women’s bodies were bound, very much like there position in society. In this exhibit we viewed fashion as a dress form, fashion as a masterpiece and fashion as our history.