Fashion and the Automobile:
An Exhibit in 10 Eras
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Fashion and the Automobile
is a touring exhibit that highlights the many changes wrought on popular culture by the evolution of the car.  The exhibit is a virtual drive down memory lane, showcasing the relationship between fashion and automotive design by decade, and how both were influenced by function, environment, lifestyle, and world events. The fashion and accessories in the exhibit are authentic.  The automobiles are depicted by automotive artists' work in original fine art, photographs & renderings.  Pay attention to the "U-turns" each decade takes as “what's old becomes new again”.

Our Fashion Through The Decades presentation or fashion show is also available for your organization or fundraising event.  Click on the tabs on the left for information on bringing our exhibit, presentation or fashion show to your facility or organization.  You can send contact us through the link at the left.



                                       Upcoming Events!


Now through January 25, 2015!  Fashion and the Automobile is on display at the Port Huron Historical Museum, in conjunction with their "Behind The Barrel" Prohibition Exhibit. We encourage you to visit! Click here for more information.

January 4, 2015: Downton Through The Decades Tea at the Farmington Library.  Click here for more information.

January 8, 2015: Fashion Through The Decades Presentation for the Cadillac Club (private event).

January 31, 2015: Downton Through The Decades Tea at the Berkley Library.  Click here for more information.

March 14, 2015: Fashion Through The Decades Presentation at the Michigan In Perspective: The Local History Conference at the Sterling Inn. Click here for more information.

March 14, 2015: Loosening the Laces: The Story of Michigan Told Through Fashion Gala Reception at the Michigan in Perspective: The Local History Conference at the Sterling Inn.  Click here for more information.

August 2, 2015: Downton Through The Decades Tea at the Crocker House Museum in Mt. Clemens.  Click here for more information.





Curators Victoria Mobley, Elaine Vermeersch, and Lynn Anderson

All images copyrighted Marc Rozman

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