We present the world premier of a short film “Independent and Fashionable” created as a part of the “Fashionable in Independence” exhibition of 2018.
“Independent and Fashionable” is a short film about the Polish women fashion and its transformation from before the World War One until 1939. We are starting to dream about a series of films on Polish fashion…
The film was created as a part of the “Fashionable in Independence” exhibition, where recreated garments of the early 20th century were presented, together with authentic fashion accessories and fashion journals as well as reprints of archival photographs. Garments were recreated for the exhibition in the Nomina Rosae Atelier for Historical Garments Recreation and Costumes.
It was available for viewing from early October to the end of December 2018 in the Voivodeship Pedagogical Library in Nowy Sącz
We thank everyone involved in creation of the film and we encourage you to watch it!
More about the film – its creators, credits and additional information – in the Theatre&Film/Foundation’s Film Productions tab
The organisers of the “Fashionable in Independence” exhibition were: Professional Self-government Association, Nomina Rosae Foundation and Voivodeship Pedagogical Library in Nowy Sącz The exhibition was organised with the support of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship within the Lesser Poland Mecenate programme. More information and photos of the exhibition available in the Exhibitions tab