All meetings are now held in the Auditorium in the Main Building at St Fagans: National History Museum, unless otherwise advertised. The new lecture theatre is accessed through the main Museum entrance and up the stairs on the right.
Start times usually 10.30am for Coffee. Speakers at 11.00am and 2.00pm unless stated otherwise.
There is a £5.00 car parking charge at St Fagans.
Non-members are welcome, £6 for the day.
AGM – to start at 11.30am, followed by
2.00pm Pawel Tomaszewski from The School of Historical Dress
Creating Fashionable Silhouettes in the 16th and 20th Centuries
Reconstruction of the only existing Spanish Farthingale to be featured in Patterns of Fashion 5 and a detailed patterns for a 1949 Lady’s suit by Jacques Fath from the School’’s own Collection
The School of Historical Dress was set up to promote the study of Historical Dress. It holds a fabulous collection of clothing representing all social classes from 17th to 20th Century, used as a resource for students who are introduced to the tools needed to research, pattern draft, construct and fit historical garments and the context in which these garments would have been worn.
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