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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

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

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

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

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