HEMLINE: The Psychology of Fashion in the 1920s
HEMLINE: The Psychology of Fashion in the 1920s, lecture 15 February 2011, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. In conjunction with a new fashion exhibition at the Joseph Brant Museum; The Crazy Years: The Fashion Renaissance of the Roaring 1920s, Dale Peers will explore this decade of fashion, the power and symbolic meaning of its clothingÂ and of “Roaring Twenties” as a moniker of and forÂ social change.
Seating limited; $12.00/Joseph Brant Museum members; $15.00/non-members, refreshment included. For tickets call 905-634-3556. Joseph Brant Museum, 1240 North Shore Blvd., Burlington; details on websiteÂ .
Dale Peers is a Professor at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology teaching Psychology of Fashion and History of Fashion. As well as the Costume Coordinator of the Seneca Fashion Resource Centre; she is also the President of the Canadian Cosmetic Careers Association, a member of Fashion Group International, the Museum Association of Ontario, and an Executive Committee member of the Costume Society of Ontario.