December 13, 2020
The depiction of clothing in the Tudor Court is the subject of this week's blog by CS Ambassador Ella Muir, who discusses Jeanne Nuechterlein's new book 'Hans Holbein: The Artist in a Changing World'.
October 25, 2020
Now re-opened to the public, CS Ambassador Abigail King was lucky to see the much anticipated exhibition Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk. In this week's blog, Abigail shares her experience and highlights some of the exhibition's major themes.
July 31, 2020
In the final instalment of our Guest Blog Month, Victoria Haddock reviews The Underpinnings Museum's new online exhibition Gilded Lilies: A Sparklewren Retrospective.
July 26, 2020
This week, Guest Blogger Victoria Haddock reviews Fashion Historian and Lecturer Lydia Edwards book 'How to Read a Suit'.
July 5, 2020
"With ‘sloppy’ dress considered bad for morale, step forward the editor of Britain’s aspirational fashion bible: the indomitable Audrey Withers." This week's Guest Blogger, Tracey Allen from RAF News, explores Vogue magazine's secret weapon during World War II.
May 10, 2020
Before lockdown, CS Ambassador Joanna Munholland had the opportunity to visit 'Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh' at London's Saatchi Gallery. In this week's blog, Joanna highlights some of her favourite fashion and textile related objects from the exhibition.
May 3, 2020
CS Ambassador Abigail King conducted a Q&A with Lucy McConnell, emerging dress historian and Exhibitions Assistant at Dovecote Studios in Edinburgh.
April 26, 2020
With this year’s applications now extended to 30th July 2020, Costume Society Ambassador Aimée Palmer reflects on her time spent at the Ulster Folk Museum as recipient of The Costume Society's Museum Work Experience Grant.
March 22, 2020
The 24th of March marks the anniversary Queen Elizabeth I's death in 1603. In this week's blog, CS Ambassador Isabella Rosner discusses the Bacton Altar Cloth, the last surviving item of clothing from the Tudor Queen's wardrobe.
March 8, 2020
CS Ambassador Aimée Palmer reviews 'Vice Versa', a temporary fashion exhibition which explores the influence of menswear on women’s fashion and vice versa! On until 31st August 2020 at Ulster Museum, part of National Museums of Northern Ireland.