In the beginning there was the Cloche, and that was the only truly fashionable hat in the 1920s. Or was it? Marion sets the record straight!
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Mark Wallis, who has been called the "Father of Live Interpretation in the UK", tells us about his innovative approach to the past.
Now that we've studied many original Swiss Waists, here's how to draft and construct as close to the original style as possible.
The lobster tail bustle is a classic for a reason. Here, Christina shows us how to put some junk in that trunk (includes free pattern).
Jennifer Rosbrugh is one of those lucky costumers who has turned her hobby into a career. Here she tells us about her passion.
Studying the construction of an original Worth bodice so that we can discover and recreate the magic of Worth in our own work.
What if all your painstaking embroidery is from the wrong period entirely? Avoid the nightmare with part 2 of Denise's essential guide!
What's not to love about a bustle gown? Christina puts aside the lobster tail, makes some different bustles and compares the effects.
Memory is fallible, so if you get a chance to photograph a museum collection, do it! Here are Marion's tips for great pictures in museums.
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