I am a dress historian and FASHIONARCHAEOLOGY is a way of sharing snippets of my work with you all – I hope you enjoy it!
If you want to know more about certain topics or have any questions, please let me know.
(I have been a lecturer of history of costume and fashion theory for several years and I work as a free lance consultant for antique dealers, law courts, film directors, fashion companies – anyone who needs specialized information or research done in this field)

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