A visit to London is the perfect time to enhance one's stash. Constance takes us on a tour of the city's best places for fabric shopping!
The chaperon was a popular men's hat in mid-15th century Europe. Constance introduces her interpretation of this iconic medieval style of headwear.
Once you've made a ruff, it just needs starching and setting. Constance shows us how to finish off this most iconic of garments to compliment your Tudor costumes.
Few garments are as instantly recognizable as the 16th century ruff. Constance shows us how to make the perfect finishing touch to your Elizabethan costume.
Constance concludes her exploration of the Victorian cage crinoline with the recreation of a large covered crinoline from 1868.
Constance explores how, during the mid C1800s, skirts expanded - supported firstly by stiff petticoats and then cage crinolines.
Constance MacKenzie continues exploring the crinoline's development, making a light & collapsible Victorian cage crinoline.
Have you ever wanted to take your love of period clothing into everyday life, but felt overwhelmed? Constance shows us how.
Constance finalises her reconstruction of a WWI Voluntary Aid Division nursing uniform with the apron, cap and accessories.
Constance continues her exploration of a WWI VAD nurses uniform with the construction of the dresses' shirtwaist bodice.
Constance continues her exploration of the WWI VAD nursing uniform with the construction of the undergarments.