On Sunday, 15th July in the Barbican in Kraków the second meeting within the “Likeable Middle Ages!” programme – by the Historical Museum of Kraków – dedicated to the fashion of the period, has taken place. Its participants took part in the talks given by Beata Biedrońska-Słotowa and dr Maria Molenda, met medieval tailors, tried on early attires, the youngest attended a workshop that gave them the opportunity to create their own dolls and clothing for them, inspired by the fashion of the Middle Ages. And the whole Barbican inspired, especially the outdoor exhibition of reconstructed 15th-century and early 16th-century clothing, available that day.
Subjects of the talks: “Silken textiles in the Middle Ages” (BBS), “Basic forms of attires in the Middle Ages” (MM), “Centres of fashion in the West” (BBS), “Fashion in medieval Kraków” (MM) and “An introduction to the workshop of medieval tailor” (Maciej Walasek).
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