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Exhibits

The Ackermann illustration depicts a young woman wearing a classic, white, high-waisted, Regency walking dress.

Early 19th Century Ackermann Illustrative Plates Collide With Contemporary Fashion: Lasell University Students Explore Intrinsic Links Between History and Modern Design. View the exhibit >>

French Opera Costume Two Centuries of French Fashion, An Ephemeral Exhibit - Seventeen pieces, including an original 1880 Parisian opera costume, tell the story of their eras through design elements and the techniques used in their creation.  View the exhibit >> 
Fashion and Satire Fashion and Satire: The Drawings of Orson Byron Lowell and Charles Dana Gibson- This exhibition pairs an original collection of over 50 satirical illustrations with Gilded Age costumes and accessories. View the exhibit >> 
100 Years of Fashion: An International Collaboration- Lasell College's School of Fashion provided a gift to Shandong University in China. A piece from each decade from the 20th century that highlighted prominent trends was included in this assortment. Within two days, an an exhibition was created by fashion students and faculty from Shandong University. View the exhibit >>
Brigham The Fashionable Nurse: A Study of Stylish Professional Dressing, 1910-1970- A collaboration between Lasell College's fashion department and Brigham and Women's Hospital, the display highlights historic nursing attire over six decades of the 20th century. View the exhibit >> 
War and Dress War and Dress- This exhibit juxtaposes World War II fashion rationing between Britain and the United States and explores the artistry of fine craft during a period of austerity. View the exhibit >>
Frontline Fashion Frontline Fashion: An Exhibit of Material Culture and the Military- This exhibit illustrates the significant impact that military style had on fashion trends from the Vietnam War through the Iraq Wars. View the exhibit >>

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