Thursday Lates

Thursday Late Nights until 8pm. The Museum is open late on Thursdays during exhibitions with a special programme of events and talks.

Wallace Sewell 25th Anniversary Party

Thursday 19 October | 6.30-8pm

The Fashion and Textile Museum cordially invites you to celebrate the opening of our new display; Wallace Sewell: 25 Years of British Textile Design.


Fashion Illustration with Jason Brooks – New York Sketchbook

Thursday 26 October / 6-8pm

Explore modern-day New York through the eyes of artist Jason Brooks and discuss the importance of keeping a sketchbook in the 21st century.


Louise Dahl-Wolfe’s Women – Three Lives

Thursday 2 November | 6–8pm

Taking three of Dahl-Wolfe’s most important muses and lifelong friends — Liz Gibbons in the 1930s, Betty Threatt in the 1940s, and Mary Jane Russell in the 1950s — this talk will explore how notions of beauty changed across the photographer’s long career


British Textile Design with Wallace Sewell

Thursday 9 November | 6–8pm

Join Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell to discuss the Wallace Sewell Studio approach to colour, collaboration, and creating textiles for fashion and furnishings in the 21st century.


Fashion Conversations: GOAT founder Jane Lewis

Thursday 16 November | 6–8pm (Postponed from 22 June)

Hear what it takes to launch and sustain a truly British fashion brand in the 21st century at this talk to coincide with the Louise Dahl-Wolfe exhibition.


Post-War Fashion Illustration

Thursday 23 November | 6–8pm

Fashion Illustration is back in vogue. To coincide with the Louise Dahl-Wolfe photography exhibition, come and meet the fashion illustrators who graced the front covers and pages of the international fashion press during the post-war period.


Vintage Costume Jewellery

Thursday 30 November | 6–8pm

Discover vintage costume jewellery, what to look for, where to find it, and how to restore it with expert collector Liz Wilson.


The Dress Detective

Thursday 7 December | 6–8pm

Fancy combining a passion for fashion with Sherlock Holmes detective skills? Fashion is now being used as a key tool for reading historical evidence and dating photographs.


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