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Frock Club is an award-winning museum fashion program featured recently on ABC national news

The session will examine:

Issues facing the fashion industry and the public alike, such as: Clothes fitting incorrectly; The fast fashion phenomenon / environmental  (un)sustainability;  STEM studies’ connection to fashion
We’ll then look at fashion between the wars … an incredibly innovative and exciting period for fashion
Tips on styling will also be presented, as well as an opportunity to try on vintage garments and hats

PRESENTERS:
Lois Hennes, Pattern Engineer and co-author of ‘The Fashion Design System: Pattern Engineering for the 21st Century’
Ruth Povall, Technical Designer and Pattern Engineer; Frock Club Founder

WHEN:
Thursday 4th April: 8.45 am for 9.00 start – 12.00 noon

WHERE:
Deepwater School of Arts Hall, Tenterfield St, DEEPWATER 2371
COST:
No charge to drought affected Frockers
Country style morning tea provided (courtesy of Deepwater P&C)

OPTIONAL:
Wear or bring a 1910 – 1945 garment from your collection to share with the group!

BOOKINGS are essential for catering and seating plan:
• Contact Ruth Povall 0429 079 364 for more details