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Exhibitions

The Fashion Research Collection is proud to be the focus of a number of exhibitions dating back to 1987. Learn more about our various exhibitions:

Close up of the orange blossoms on the veil of the 1927 wedding dress

The orange blossoms that decorate the veil of the 1927 wedding dress.

Absent Presence

Curated by Dr. Ingrid E. Mida, the exhibition reflected on the processes of time, memory and distintegration through fashion artifacts and the drawings of UK artist Sarah Casey. The exhibit was hosted by the MLC Gallery in partnership with the School of Fashion. View the PDF fileofficial exhibit poster, opens in new window.

May 10 - July 5, 2019

Read about the exhibit, the remaking of the wedding dress and photographs of the original wearer. Written by Dr. Ingrid Mida.
Old newspaper clipping with title "Exhibit features '60s gear" with a photograph of a woman wearing a black dress. Dated June 11, 1987.

PDF fileExhibitions of the FRC, opens in new window. Written by Dr. Ingrid E. Mida. 

Read about other exhibitions.