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- €5: Adult
- €3: Young adult - 26 years
For the Patterns Day, we welcome curator Alistair O'Neill, historian Caroline Evans, the pattern-makers Patrick Lee Yow and Esme Young (Central Saint Martins) and MoMu staff member Dieter Suls for a series of talks on the 'Exploding Fashion' research project, the principles of bias and drapage, and MoMu's pattern-a-thons.
Alistair O'Neill & Caroline Evans (Central Saint Martins)
Historian Caroline Evans and curator Alistair O'Neill explain the importance of the 'Expoding Fashion' research project for the study of fashion in dialogue with MoMu curator Romy Cockx.
Patrick Lee Yow & Esme Young (Central Saint Martins)
British pattern-makers Esme Young and Patrick Lee Yow of Central Saint Martins explore pattern-making with the help of designs in the exhibition by Madeleine Vionnet and Comme des Garçons. It will be a practical demonstration of the principles of bias cutting and draping.
Dieter Suls (MoMu)
MoMu staff member Dieter Suls provides further explanation about the why and wherefore of the ‘pattern-a-thon’ project and how the initiative helps MoMu make its study collection more accessible.