A new lecture on “19th century men’s fashion: from dandy to upstart from below”.
On October 17, 11:00-12:30 you are invited to a fashion talk at the Victoria Museum. Interesting, isn’t it?
And you will learn:
– when dandyism was born and blossomed;
– what precepts dandies followed when choosing a closet;
– how men’s fashion was influenced by Romanticism;
– why Mr. Biedermeier was ridiculed;
– who were the “society lions”;
– how the style of the upstart from below differed;
– when and why men’s fashion became “mothballed”.
– how fashion became “a purely feminine affair”; Lecturer – Miroslav Melnik, art historian and fashion historian
An additional gift: all the guests of the lecture will be able to visit the main exposition of the Museum and the exhibition “Aesthetics in details: fashion and reed” free of charge.
Be sure to take advantage of this unique opportunity and visit the exhibition, which is valid till November 14.
Visiting the lecture is possible only by pre-registration:
Number of seats is limited
Subject to quarantine measures