Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2009-04-07 14:49
Fat Goose Press has announced the recent publication of a new book on men's garb at the time of King Henry VIII. The book, The King's Servants: Men's Dress at the Accession of Henry VIII, was authored by Caroline Johnson.
Submitted by Lady Carmela on Mon, 2009-03-30 10:08
The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), The Shire of Talonval, and The Jackson Community College Student Group are sponsoring a demonstration on JCC campus grounds 2111 Emmons Rd, Jackson, MI 49201 on Monday April 20, 2009 from 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM
For more information contact: Lady Carmela Angelica Adamo/ Laurie Adamo at email@example.com.
The Society for Creative Anachr
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2009-03-20 16:43
A batch of leather shoe soles dating from the 13th to 18th centuries was found in 2005 in a hollow tree trunk in an ancient trash dump in Lyon, France. The soles are well-preserved.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2009-03-20 13:17
Want to get "Stuck at the Prom?" Enter Duck Products' annual duct tape promwear contest! View previous entries and get all the rules online.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2009-03-14 09:53
Jerusha reports that she has posted photos from the recent Midwinter A&S event in the Kingdom of Meridies on her Facebook website.
Submitted by annwyn on Sun, 2009-03-08 21:16
Custom garb, corsets, accessories, and other costumes are offered by Lady Medb ingen Eochaid. All items are handmade and fitted to you at reasonable prices. All garb is made using period designs and patterns. Lady Medb has experience making all types of custom costumes.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2009-02-06 17:22
The spring 2009 conference of the Medieval Dress & Textile Society will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the accession of Henry VIII to the English throne. The conference will take place in London May 2, 2009.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2009-02-05 19:51
The Historical Closet is pleased to announce a day of lectures by Robin Netherton, medieval costume historian and co-editor of the academic journal Medieval Clothing and Textiles. Ms. Netherton has lectured on medieval clothing for academic audiences, historical societies, reenactment groups, and other organizations in such cities as Boston, Seattle, Philadelphia, Denver, Minneapolis, Orlando, Chicago, and San Jose. This is her first appearance in the Los Angeles area.
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2009-01-27 12:17
Martin of Rivenstar has posted an album of photos from the recent West Kingdom Twelfth Night on his SmugMug website.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2009-01-17 11:39
No, silly, it's not about infants doing rock music! It's all about the history of baby clothes and how infants were dressed in the 15th century. The article An Infant’s Clothing – Swaddle, Gown, Shirt, and Coif is by Charlotte Johnson (Lady Mathilde Bourette)
Submitted by jt4novels on Sun, 2009-01-11 11:43
Writer Jennifer Hudson Taylor discusses the medieval clothing worn by Scottish highlanders, citing research she conducted for an upcoming novel.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2009-01-02 12:23
Warning: This helmet will not pass SCA inspection! Lady Maggie has discovered an online catalog entry from the Metropolitan Museum of Art showing a 16th century plaited straw helmet decorated with cut velvet and embroidery. (photo)
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2008-12-30 08:36
Stefan MacMorrow has posted two albums of photos from the recent Axemoor Christmas Revel which took place in the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2008-12-04 17:15
The Worshipful Company of Glovers of London, formed 700 years ago to "upkeep the standards of glove-making in the City" has gone modern with an online catalogue of its collection.
Submitted by Milica on Tue, 2008-11-11 10:51
The BBC's online magazine marks the posthumous release of Janet Arnold's fourth volume of Patterns of Fashion with an article on underwear trends.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2008-11-03 13:16
The scamps at the Socially Challenged Adults Tribe on Tribe.net have re-posted the updated, and marvelously catty, "Talking SCA Barbie" parody which finds the beloved doll taking to medieval re-creation with a wench costume, foxtail and scruffy Ken by her side.
Submitted by Milica on Wed, 2008-10-29 15:10
The Clothier's Seminar is an annual event that revolves around the one necessity that we all need, clothes. Come join us for a day of classes, discussion and camaraderie.
It is an excellent time to show off your finest garb and accessories. Simple clothing,
complex clothing, exotic clothing, it's all welcome! Whether you have never sewn a
piece of garb or have been doing it for years, there's something for you. It's also the
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-10-17 12:07
On Saturday October 25, 2008, the Shakespeare Theatre Of New Jersey will open its doors for a sale of costumes, props and masks in an effort to raise money for the Theatre's educational and artistic programs.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2008-10-16 17:39
For centuries, commoners and nobles alike have celebrated events in life with dancing. Notable among these events in life is the completion of the annual harvest. The Honorable Barony of Dragons' Laire chooses to continue that tradition.
Accompanied by bards from throughout An-Tir, Abbot Siôn of Dragons' Laire will teach a variety of dances over four hours. The Costumers Guild will sponsor a parade of costumes for those who wish to show off their finery.
Submitted by Milica on Wed, 2008-10-15 06:37
Toshikage reports that there is much of interest in the way of Elizabethan garb and late period study on the website Elizabethan Mafia: Dressing Well and Calling In Favors Since 1558. The site is the brainchild of M. Alison Kannon.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2008-10-06 08:17
Adam Ingram reports that an album of photos from the recent Mercer Shoppe event in the Kingdom of Atlantia are now available to view online.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2008-09-22 16:39
Entitled Piety..., the winner of the 2008 Pennsic Heraldic Photo Contest is now online.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2008-09-20 13:25
Recently Viscountess Elashava bas Riva attended the Griiffin's Needle Challenge costuming event in the Kingdom of Northshield. She shares photos and thoughts from the event.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2008-09-18 17:04
Thanks to Two Seas for stepping up and offering to give the project a kick start, the Regional Garb Workshop is up and running again!
This is the perfect opportunity to get started with or put the finishing touches on your winter garb, get some creative ideas on future projects, get help with sewing/embroidery techniques, or just have some company to chat with while you work on your garb.
Submitted by Milica on Sat, 2008-09-13 14:18
The Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna website features a 16th century mechanical, wooden doll which "plays the cittern, turns its head and seems to mince along with tiny steps while in fact running on wheels." (photo)
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-09-12 06:52
Photos from the earliest days of the Society for Creative Anachronism are available on FANAC, the Fan History Project website. The photos date to 1968.
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2008-09-11 14:44
Clothiers Seminar North Hosted by the Village of Blachemere with the Barony of Nordskogen. Saturday, November 8, 2008
Site opens 9am Closes 7pm
Site Fee: Adults (ages 13 and up) $7 (Additional $3 for non members)
Lunch: Available for $4 and will be served between 12-130pm. Local fast food and other eating establishments are available near the site.
Submitted by Milica on Wed, 2008-09-03 17:32
Reconstructing History, a company that provides patterns for historical costumes, has added several patterns for late period Ottoman garb.
Submitted by Milica on Mon, 2008-09-01 10:32
The Duck Tape Club is sponsoring the Stick or Treat Halloween Costume Contest™ now through October 10, 2008. Participants are encouraged to create their own Halloween costumes using Duck Tape.
Submitted by Milica on Fri, 2008-08-29 15:44
In his book The Invention of Scotland, the late historian Hugh Trevor-Roper takes on established Scottish traditions such as the tartan and the kilt, calling them "about as authentic as Disneyland." Adam Kirsch of the New York Sun reviews the book.