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Daughters of the American Revolution: Fashioning the New Woman: 1890-1925

This visual exhibit appeals to costume lovers and historians alike. It tells the story of this critical period where fashion reflected and encouraged women’s progression. By relating the evolution of women’s fashion to their changing roles within society, visitors are reminded of how intertwined decorative arts are with culture and politics.

Client / Daughters of the American Revolution Museum
Location / Washington, DC
Size / 1,500 square feet
Scope / Exhibit Design, Graphic Design