Talk on vintage clothing at the City Museum.

As you know, some of my older garments are on display in an exhibition at the City Museum called “What Women Wore”. It was with sadness that I read on the weekend that the museum will be closing.

Thankfully it won’t be until the latest exhibition on vintage toys finishes on the 14th of March – and in the meantime, I’ll be giving a little talk on vintage clothing to accompany the What Women Wore exhibition.

What: “Join Nicole Jenkins – long time vintage lover, author of Love Vintage and proprietor of Circa Vintage Clothing in Melbourne – for a lively discussion. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. ” Copies of Love Vintage will also be available for sale.
Where: City Museum, Old Treasury Building, Spring Street Melbourne.
When: Friday 19 February, 6pm.
Cost: Adult $10 / Concession holders and children free (incl glass of sparkling wine).
Bookings: please contact City Museum on (03) 9651 2233.

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1920s silk devore dress and 1920s silk embroidered coat – in the background you can just see the polka dots of a silk 1950s dress, couture by Le Louvre.

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