February 18, 2010 — December 10, 2010
Nineteenth-Century Costume Treasures of the Fashion Archives and Museum illustrates the evolution of fashion from 1800 to 1900 and the dramatic changes in silhouette that evolved from decade to decade. The collection features a number of important pieces, most of which have not been previously displayed.
The FA&M’s grand opening would not have been complete without an inaugural exhibit in the new facility in Davis House. “Walking the Aisle in the Latest Style: Wedding Fashions from the Eighteenth Century to Today” was open to the general public through December 15, 2016. This large installation featured over fifty mannequins and five cases […]Read more
“Through the Lens of the Beholder: The Fine Art of Fashion” was open through December 7, 2017. The exhibit featured a stunning array of garments and accessories from the 1830s to the 1990s—including designer and global fashions—that epitomized the art of dress in the details and construction. Large-scale and detail photographs interpreted and enhanced the […]Read more