Whalebone Bodies and French Farthingales: Clothing in Jacobean England
October 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm$
Join Thomasin Fysshe, servant of Lady de Wylton, as she prepares her mistress’ new wardrobe for presentation at the court of James I. During this first-person performance by historical interpreter and costumier Samantha Bullat, learn about the clothing of noble and not-so-noble women in the early 17th century, from silk damask gowns and lace ruffs to woolen cassocks and linen coifs.
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