Circular Fashion: Making the Fashion Industry Sustainable
Author Peggy Blum explores how new thinking, creativity and invention can move the fashion industry to a more sustainable model.
Curator Talk: Beautiful People
Discover how a handful of Chelsea boutiques sparked a fashion revolution in the mid-1960s in this panel discussion.
The Dressmakers of Auschwitz
Author Lucy Adlington presents a remarkable tale of resilience, camaraderie and dressmaking, in the most extreme of circumstances.
Behind the Seams: The Secrets of Chintz
Learn the secrets hidden within several pieces from the exhibition and explore how chintz was used – and re-used – in garment construction.
Shedding the Shackles
A fascinating glimpse into women's craft enterprises and the positive impact individual projects have on providing a sustainable lifestyle.
Orla Kiely: A Life in Pattern
Discover how Orla Kiely became one of the UK and Ireland’s most successful designers in this illustrated online talk.
Swinging London: A Lifestyle Revolution
Learn how a group of young revolutionaries redefined the concept of youth and challenged the established order in 1950s London.
The Flowering of English Chintz
Join curator and world textile expert Mary Schoeser for this online lecture exploring English Chintz.
Handmade: A Scientist's Search for Meaning Through Making
An odyssey through the different materials of science and craft with award-winning materials scientist and writer Dr Anna Ploszajski.
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