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Written by Marion McNealy
The Tudor Tailor is a staple of costume libraries, and the family is expecting a new addition with the upcoming publication of The Tudor Child...
Written by Cathy Hay
Burnley and Trowbridge is a go-to source for historical costuming supplies and information. But how did they get started?
We meet Lucy Adlington of History Wardrobe - a true costume chameleon with a wealth of knowledge across centuries of fashion.
Written by Polly Aron
Sandi James shares her love of irreverent historical costuming, her favourite UK events, and English regional sunbonnets.
Meet Slogger Rose of The Ragged Victorians, who reject silks and crinolines to portray the great unwashed of 19th century society.
Jennifer Rosbrugh is one of those lucky costumers who has turned her hobby into a career. Here she tells us about her passion.
Mark Wallis, who has been called the "Father of Live Interpretation in the UK", tells us about his innovative approach to the past.
Cynthia Settje has made a successful career sewing for theater and historical costumers. What advice does she have for us?
Marion interviews Janet Arnold Award recipient Tasha Kelly about her research and experiences in the world of medieval re-enactment and arming clothes.
Marion talks to Jenny Tiramani of the Globe Theatre in London - custodian of the Janet Arnold Archive, and one of the founders of the School of Historical Dress.
Written by Elizabeth Licata
Lauren of American Duchess turned her costuming hobby into a career designing historical shoes. She talks to Elizabeth about getting started and the delights of embroidered 18th century mules...
Anna Fischer, one of the best and most prolific costume photographers around, gives tips on having your photo taken, and offers an interesting opportunity...
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