Evening Talk with Eleanor Medhurst

Wednesday, 10 July

Join us for an virtual talk with Eleanor Medhurst about her new book, ‘Unsuitable, a history of Lesbian Fashion’.

Celebrating the launch of Eleanor Medhurst’s book, 'Unsuitable, a history of Lesbian Fashion'. This book is a kaleidoscope of the margins and the mainstream, celebrating trans lesbian style, Black lesbian style, and gender nonconformity. You don’t have to be queer or fashionable to be enthralled by this hidden history. Unsuitable lights it up for the world to see, in all its finery.

Eleanor Medhurst is a historian of lesbian fashion and author of the blog Dressing Dykes. She has worked on Brighton Museum’s exhibitions Queer Looks and Queer the Pier, and been interviewed by Grazia, Cosmopolitan, Cameron Esposito’s Queery and Gillian Anderson’s What Do I Know?! This is her first book.

This talk will be on Wednesday 10th July 2024 at 7pm – 8pm London time. It will be online on Zoom, and is a members only talk. To become a member, please register here.

Members will be emailed their private booking link via EventBrite. 

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