I kept myself hoping on Coco Saturday. I saw the market and picked up a few things. To be shared at a later date.
I caught a few classes. The short course, Millinery Mock ups clued me into why my bonnets don’t like to stay on my head. I saw Leimomi’s talk “From Boteh to Paisley” and her talk on her experiment living as a woman in New Zealand would in 1916. That was so cool! I wish I could do that but in the Victorian Era.
(I forgot to mention the talk by Suzi Clark on the write up for Friday. It was really a sharing of her career in costuming. She was a very interesting speaker. She knew some of the big names in costuming personally. And she was pretty personable. I spoke with her a couple of times through out the weekend. Such a nice person!)
I saw the Gallery of Costumes as well. Some really impressive works there!
There was the Red Carpet and the Gala in the evening. For financial reasons, I opted out of the dinner but did join the group for the dancing afterwards.
Well, I don’t really dance any more but I did sway to the beat! Here are my top picks for that night.
And top billing goes to the Worth Gown Reproduction! I literally sobbed when I saw it!