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The Regency Wardrobe catalogue is 80 pages long. It describes each of the original 28 pieces from the collection in detail, alongside beautifully presented images. This is the PDF download version.


It also includes an introduction to 300 Years of Shoes the collection, showing the first 5 shoes produced as part of that collection inspired by the decades: 1720, 1795, 1835, 1900, 2020.


Attributes of Regency fashion are complimented and contrasted by those of the Victorian era through the inclusion of details about Lady of The House, a dress from Maison De Papier the collection.


The catalogue gives a detailed overview of the research that went into designing and making The Regency Wardrobe collection which is produced entirely from paper and thread and was inspired by the Regency era (1795 - 1837).


The inspiration behind the pieces in the collection includes: fashion history; national and international history; social history; the lives of specific individuals; buildings and locations around the Brighton area, the coastal seat of The Prince Regent.


It was conducted with support from: Jill Vigus; Firle Place, Sussex; The Regency Town House, Hove; Chertsey Museum; Worthing Museum; The Royal Pavilion, Brighton; Bath Fashion Museum; The National Maritime Museum; The Fan Museum; The National Trust fashion collection at Killerton House; The V&A Clothworkers centre; The National Army Museum; Stephanie Selmayr and Past Pleasures

The Regency Wardrobe collection catalogue - PDF Version

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