Another talk, this one is an updated version of an old favourite, a quick look at ladies fashions from the ’20s to the ’60s. I like this talk a lot because it takes you on a nice circuit from one revolutionary time to another, and covers a lot of cultural and technological change. Fashion from the one era was inspired by the earlier one with lots of nice images to illustrate.
Like all my talks in these interesting times, it will be online and you can join from wherever you are. Hurrah for that! I love technology, it’s really making so many things more accessible.
From the website: Presentation by fashion historian Nicole Jenkins on fashion from the 1920s-60s, illustrated with authentic outfits of the time. The talk will cover topics such as style and design elements, garment construction, social and cultural change impacts, and more.
What: Vintage Clothes: Fashion from the 1920s-60s
When: Monday 13th July, 2.00-3.00pm
Where: Live event via Microsoft Teams and your computer. Valid email address required.
Bookings and more information – click here. Kingston Library membership required. If you don’t have a membership, there are two options:
- Phone the Library on 1300 135 668 and ask a staff member to book you in.
- Join online and get a temporary membership by following this link: https://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/library/My-Library/Join-Online
If the time doesn’t suit, note that the event will be recorded and will be available for a while on the Kingston Libraries’ YouTube channel for viewing.