Join us for this historical sea adventure!
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This decade combined street subcultural fashion with haute couture from London, Paris and Tokyo: from unisex, oversized and one size fits all, to jewel tone tailored ‘40s style power suits: the progression mirrored what was happening on the streets and in the boardrooms as women expressed themselves and climbed the career ladder.
Our style icons were British royalty and American models. We were inspired by music and film. Please join author and fashion historian, Nicole Jenkins, for an illustrated talk on the decade fashion got loose and comfortable, very black and very colourful.
Suitable for adults and teens ages 15 and up. Free event and bookings essential.
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