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A History of Fashion in 100 Objects

Fashion | July 7, 2016 |

A History of Fashion in 100 ObjectsImage courtesy of Fashion Museum Bath

A History of Fashion in 100 Objects

The Fashion Museum will unveil an exciting new exhibition called A History of Fashion in 100 Objects on 19 March. Celebrating fashion throughout history, from around 1600 to the present day, this headline exhibit will showcase 100 star objects drawn from the Fashion Museum’s world-class collection.

 

A History of Fashion in 100 ObjectsImage courtesy of Fashion Museum Bath

 

Fashion touches everyone’s life – it is intrinsically linked to society – and A History of Fashion in 100 Objects will reference moments in history, as well as more personal stories. Graceful silk robes and embroidered and tailored coats for men, the styles fashionable during Bath’s Georgian heyday will be on display, along with Regency fashion from the time of Jane Austen and dresses by the big names of fashion history, including the House of Worth and Christian Dior.

 

A History of Fashion in 100 ObjectsImage courtesy of Fashion Museum Bath

 

A History of Fashion in 100 Objects will also include ten shoe ‘moments’ throughout history, from Georgian silk shoes to trainers as well as a children’s trail featuring ten ‘historical fashion’ looks for kids, from the 1700s to the 2000s.

 

Fashion Museum Bath
19 March 2016 – 1 January 2019

 

more. fashionmuseum.co.uk

 

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