Fashion and the Automobile:
An Exhibit in 10 Eras
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Fashion and the Automobile
is a touring exhibit that highlights the many changes wrought on popular culture by the evolution of the car.  The exhibit is a virtual drive down memory lane, showcasing the relationship between fashion and automotive design by decade, and how both were influenced by function, environment, lifestyle, and world events. The fashion and accessories in the exhibit are authentic.  The automobiles are depicted by automotive artists' work in original fine art, photographs & renderings.  Pay attention to the "U-turns" each decade takes as “what's old becomes new again”.

Our Fashion Through The Decades presentation or fashion show is also available for your organization or fundraising event.  Click on the tabs on the left for information on bringing our exhibit, presentation or fashion show to your facility or organization.  You can send contact us through the link at the left.


                             
Upcoming Events!


October 6, 2017, 11:30a: "Fashions Through The Decades" for the Northville Women's Club.  (Private event)

November 11, 2017, 11:30a: "Fashions Through The Decades" for the Penhellenic Association Sorority Alumni Group.  (Private event)

March 10, 2018 (Time TBD): "Crinolines and Classics: Those Fabulous Fifties" for the Richmond Historical Society, to be held at Golden Hawk Golf and Banquets, 9861 Meisner Road, Casco.  Click here for more information.

April 28, 2018, 11:00a: "The Ties That Bind: A History of Aprons" for the Clinton-Macomb Public Library South Branch, 35679 Gratiot in Clinton Township. Click here for more information.



                                                                  Newsflash!

                    Fashion and the Automobile is proud to announce that we are featured in                       the current July/August issue of Michigan History Magazine, on newsstands                         now! (Click on image to enlarge)

  
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Curators Victoria Mobley, Elaine Vermeersch, and Lynn Anderson

All images copyrighted Marc Rozman

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