Fashion is deeply connected with the socio-cultural world in which it arises. Katy explains some of the driving forces of the 18th c. world.
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Suitcase, passports and a utility bill….? Here's all you need to know to get behind the scenes at the biggest London museums.
The bergere hat looks terrific on everyone. Chantal walks us through making a perfectly lovely one from a placemat, of all things!
Nikki concludes her Swiss waist study by constructing a final garment from an original 1860 pattern using accurate methods.
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!
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.
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