Fashion And Textile Museum

Fashion And Textile Museum
83 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3XF
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1920s Boudoir Doll Workshop

Discover sewing and dressmaking techniques in miniature taking inspiration from the boudoir dolls of the 1920s. Popular throughout the Jazz Age, boudoir dolls were fashionable accessories for a woman's bedroom. Designed for display, these flapper dolls were also known as French dolls and bed dolls. They usually had…

Fri 6 Jan 2017

£200 / 020 7407 8664

Sat 7 Jan 2017

£200 / 020 7407 8664

1920s Jazz Age Fashion & Photographs

A glittering display of over 150 garments and accompanying photographs featuring everything from haute couture to ready-to-wear women's fashion from 1919 to 1929, reflecting the great social change that took place following the First World War.

Wed 26 Oct

£9.90; £7.70 disabled ( £7.70; £6) / 020 7407 8664

Thu 27 Oct

£9.90; £7.70 disabled ( £7.70; £6) / 020 7407 8664

Fri 28 Oct

£9.90; £7.70 disabled ( £7.70; £6) / 020 7407 8664

…and 41 more dates until 15 Dec

Cool Crochet With Katie Jones

Led by luxury knitwear designer Katie Jones, this 1.5-hour workshop will teach you the basics of crochet. Aimed at beginners, the class is intended to be a fun and friendly introduction that will give you a basic understanding of the most commonly used stitches and how to change colours. Full instructions and a hook are…

Fri 28 Oct

£6–£9.90 / 020 7407 8664

Dutch Wax Textiles

Hear the amazing story of how Dutch and English machine-made copies of Indonesian Batik, destined for the South-East Asian market in 1900, became an unexpected success on the West Coast of Africa. There, these copies of batik got a new identity. Today, over 100 years later, many of these designs are still in print and…

Thu 23 Feb 2017

£15 ( £12) / 020 7407 8664

Fashion Writing: The Real Issues

Explore the realities of fashion writing today and how the profession might develop at this frank discussion with a panel of industry experts. Fashion journalism first flourished in the 1920s as a new breed of writers, photographers and editors catered to an eager consumer audience. Publications such as The New Yorker…

Thu 23 Feb 2017

£15 ( £12) / 020 7407 8664

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Jewellery With Geoffrey Munn

The expert looks at the significance of jewellery across the ages. His talk, Pearls And Unicorns: Myth And Reality In Jewellery, looks at the effect of gemstones on the human psyche.

Thu 3 Nov

£15 / 020 7407 8664

Josef Frank Curator Tour

Join Dennis Nothdruft, Curator of the Fashion and Textile Museum to see and learn more about the highlights of the exhibition JOSEF FRANK Patterns-Furniture-Painting Explore the work of designer and artist Josef Frank (1885-1967) in the first-ever UK exhibition of his textiles. The Austrian-born architect moved to Sweden…

Wed 1 Feb 2017

£9.90 (£7.70) / 020 7407 8664

Josef Frank Patterns-Furniture-Painting

The Fashion and Textile Museum is proud to present the first ever UK exhibition dedicated to the architect, designer Josef Frank Internationally renowned and influential, Frank is best known for his amazingly bright, bold fabric and wallpapers and his distinctive furniture designs for Svenskt Tenn. These iconic designs…

Tue 31 Jan 2017

£9.90 (£7.70; £6) / 020 7407 8664

Learn To Knit: Spiral Scarf

Join a fun and friendly knitting circle at the Fashion and Textile Museum and knit you yourself a cosy but stylish Spiral scarf to keep you warm this winter. With the guidance of expert knitter and tutor Sandra Monks, in this two hour session you will learn to begin the scarf and create the spiral effect. By the end of…

Vogue: The Shoe With Harriet Quick

'Although shoes are regarded as accessories, the truth is that the shoe is more often the hero of an outfit than the companion. Long ago I realized that far more people pay attention to how your feet are shod than they do to the dress, coat or suit you might be wearing.' - Alexandra Shulman, Editor-In-Chief, British…

Thu 1 Dec

£15 ( £12) / 020 7407 8664

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