WHERE: Museum of History and Industry
WHAT: Travel back in time (and style) as MOHAI presents a Seattle Style in the Roaring Twenties lecture, presented by the museum’s talented clothing and textile specialist, Clara Berg.
With a focus on Seattle’s part in the revolutionary fashion movement, Berg will showcase all the local icons, shops, and trends that made this metropolis modern and memorable during the era of cloche hats and chopped hems.
The event is divided into two parts: Berg’s lecture and a garment viewing courtesy of the MOHAI costume collection. Stay for both to get a glimpse of what made Seattle such a darb (that’s ’20s slang for splendid) city.
WHEN: Channel your inner flapper on May 16, from 1 to 4. Tickets are available online for the 1:00 lecture, plus the 3:00 garment viewing.