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Fashion History: What’s a Workroom? An Introduction For Non-Sewers

For non-sewers a Workroom might be hard to visualise.  You’ll probably know a needle when you see it and recognise a sewing machine but after that it becomes fuzzy and unclear. We’re here to help… Here’s our intro to a sewing Workroom… Just as people go to the office to do their job, a Workroom […]

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A color watercolour drawing of an imaginary sewing pattern cover. The top in rounded red and white writing says 60s Miss. Taille. Size 10. Pattern Patron. Underneath is a drawing of a women who looks like Jackie Kennedy wearing a burnt orange dress. The fabric is textured and she is wearing low heeled shoes. The logo says Designed And Made In Hull.
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Fashion History: Marjorie Field, Fashion Flats, Fashion Illustration and The House of Mirelle

One enjoyable aspect to having fashionable conversations is the associations it brings… They can be personal – recollecting the occasion an outfit was worn at, historical – what was happening in  the world at the time or creative and cultural – what it said about the fashion industry, for instance. A few weeks ago, having a […]

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