victorian fashion

ASSEMBLY ON HISTORICAL COSTUME

Congratz on me and RAMM and my school too!

My school, with some persuasion, gave me permission to organize an assembly for the younger children at my school. This assembly was on vintage fashion. I spoke with the Shelley Tobin and the great team at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and organized two volunteers, Ann and Rachel, to come and do a presentation on vintage fashion. I am very interested in fashion like this because it is so important in films to create the visual impression of the time and place where the story takes place. Understanding the details of vintage fashion is a part of making a movie believable and pleasing to look at. Besides....i just LOVE beautiful clothes!!!

The event at school went REALLY well and I am now the youngest child to ever organize such an event in the history of my school Winking

Rachel and Ann were awesome... they brought the most beautiful clothes, umbrellas and fashion prints to show the children and I was stunned...
there is one quote that everyone seemed to say it was...


“AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWEEEEEEEEEE”
--- Everyone

Here are some of the photos

(One of the ladies thought I was in upper sixth - he he)

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o~T~o <----- if you can guess what that is you’re a genius and have won a trip to pixie land (comment with your ideas)



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Me ..

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some of the wonderful clothes

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me before my talk

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me during my talk

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The children who want to be chosen

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The chosen children

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more chosen children xP

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The after party

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gimmie back that jacket, no you cant have it...

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dont i look cute?

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Pip pip and tally ho

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The lady of the party dressed in her borrowed finery


bye for now


XXX