Unknown creator, France, 1775-mid 1780s.
Silk brocaded exterior, bodice lined in linen.
Human Ecology’s Clothing and Textiles Collection (2014.1.1ab). Purchase.
Unknown creator, England, 18th century.
Cotton Mull plain weave with whitework embroidery.
Human Ecology’s Clothing and Textiles Collection (2014.1.8).
Installation Ivory Shoes
Paper hair by Meg Furler.
Photographs by Anne Bissonnette©
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Misfits: Bodies, Dress and Sustainability
Dr. Anne Bissonnette, Josée Chartrand, Meg Furler, Yara Sayegh, and Patricia Siferd co-curators.
April 12 to September 13, 2017
This exhibition is part of the undergraduate course “Material Culture and Curatorship” (HECOL 668) in the Department of Human Ecology
Cite this page (bibliography):
Bissonnette, Anne, and Josée Chartrand, Meg Furler, Yara Sayegh, Patricia Siferd. “Bodice Pattern Grading.” Misfits: Bodies, Dress and Sustainability, Exhibitions, Clothing and Textiles Collection Website, Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta, April 12, 2017. [INSERT URL].