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Monday, December 02, 2002


This exhibition at LA County Museum of Art (LACMA) sounds interesting. There
are many ways of examining history, and fashion is an interesting method
that isn't frequently addressed. The Press release from LACMA follows.--

A Century of Fashion, 1900-2000

On View December 14, 2000 - January 6, 2003

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) celebrates fashion from the past 100 years with an extensive exhibition, presented in four parts over a two-year period, and featuring more than 130 costumes from LACMA's outstanding permanent collection. The 20th century witnessed exceptionally rapid and radical changes in women's dress. A Century of Fashion, 1900-2000 examines how changing styles in fashionable dress mirrored changes in society and particularly how fashion both shaped and reflected each decade's feminine ideal. Each of the four rotations will encompass selections from the entire century.

Further information available at: LACMA.


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