“I just wanted to thank you and your team for the amazing fashion show on Saturday! It was fantastic! The clothes were amazing and I loved the commentary – especially all the Cridge history that she incorporated in. It was so informative and enjoyable! I think everyone really enjoyed it!
We are so honoured and grateful for the work of Victorian Vogue and the wonderful contribution they made to the event. Please convey our thanks to all the ladies!”
Manager of Communication and Fund Development
The Cridge Centre for the Family
“ Your show was most amazing, enlightening, educating and truly a delight for the eyes. The costumes were truly magnificent. Your models were handpicked and lovely to look at. I loved the way you guided us through the periods with words and details of things that happened at that time. Horst and I left the show being wiser than before”
-Monika and Horst Von Selz
“I recently had the pleasure of attending a fashion show featuring clothing of the Victorian era presented by Victorian Vogue. The clothes, all sewn and modeled by members of the group, were stunning in the gorgeous fabrics used, impeccably finished with intricate design detail. This was truly a feast for the eyes, with lovely commentary, highlighting the historical, social and cultural significance of each piece. Of special interest also were the many historical anecdotes referring to life in Victoria and British Columbia at the time. This is a most enjoyable, unique, must see show.”
“What I loved most about this impeccable show of fashions is that it wasn’t chronological. Not a history lesson! (“Bustle’s in, bustle’s out”.) Every model that stepped out came with a story, a vignette complete, dressed to perfection in a moment of history. The research behind the show was meticulous;
- Suffragettes in utilitarian khaki.
- The extended stages of Victorian widowhood – seen in dress.
- The opening of the Royal Theatre on December 19, 1913:
- Imagine a gown of taupe silk chiffon with multi-layers of ruffles, and a bronze taffeta wrap trimmed with ostrich plumes.
- Surprise after surprise. “
Thank you so very much. Oh–the fabrics and the accessories. Loved it!”
Well, I am an historian. Many thanks!”
It would be fun to see how you choreograph all the costume changes. Thank you!”