A doll’s-eye view of Georgian fashion


Next year Bath will be exploring its Georgian connections in many different ways to mark the  tercentenary of the establishment of the House of Hanover. On August 1st 1714 George the First  became king so 2014 will mark the  300th anniversary since the beginning of the Georgian era.

A special exhibition at the Fashion Museum – Georgians: 18th century dress for polite society (25 January 2014 – 1 January 2015) – will present a selection of the finest fashions worn by those attending assemblies and other glittering occasions of 18th century life. 

The exhibition will feature over 30 original 18th century outfits and ensembles from the museum’s world-class collection as well as 18th century-inspired fashions by five top fashion designers: Anna Sui, Meadham Kirchhoff, Vivienne Westwood, Stephen Jones, and Alexander McQueen.

Fashion Museum manager Rosemary Harden has given the VMB  an exclusive preview of one of the outfits that will…

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