Smelling wool. Sewing bras. Remembering clothes from the 70’s. Autumn is here. It’s finally here. Come. Join me. I’m the one in the sweater.
The new series of Sartorial Society Sessions, Out of Sight: Concealed Dress, Dress that Conceals, begins 30 September and runs through 9 December.
“Histories of dress often focus on garments as human display: the identities that they perform and project out into the world. For the fourth season of the Sartorial Society series, we want to think beyond dress as outward appearance, and instead think about dress that is concealed and dress that conceals. From the supportive undergarments that act as foundations, to the outer garments that hide a secret identity, this season centres on dress that is or enables something to be out of sight.”
Those interested in the history of fashion, dress, and adornment will not want to miss this.
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