Guest blogger Suzanne Rowland offers an inspiring account of how her debut book Making Edwardian Costumes for Women came about.
Introducing Keynote Speaker Aileen Ribeiro
Ambassador Victoria Haddock reports from the Blenheim Palace show which closed last month.
Ambassador Rachel Sayers explores the significance of traditional red cloaks
A report from the Fashion Museum
Ambassador Araminta Pain reports from Bristol Costume Services
Ambassador Ruby Valentine talks to Kate Wigley. The first in an occasional series of interviews
Booking now open
Promoting the study of all aspects of clothing and textiles, the Society aims to encourage access to costume history, including contemporary dress. Our appeal is wide-ranging and object-based. Our members include academics, collectors, curators, designers, re-enactors, students and informed enthusiasts across the world. What we have in common is our wish to provide the best and most varied opportunities to study this fascinating topic.
Booking for Writing Fashion is now live. Preview the exciting range of speakers and events to celebrate 50 years of the Costume journal
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A scholarly publication presenting current research into contemporary and historic dress.