From hats to hemlines: Costume gallery celebrates evolution of women's fashion



From hats to hemlines: Costume gallery celebrates evolution of women's fashion
COLUMBIA — When Betty Cook-Rottmann wanted a wedding dress in 1942, she purchased 14 yards of cotton lace from a company in New York. The fabric was shipped by rail to Missouri, then tossed off a train. She walked nearly a mile to fetch the package …
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Seamstress creates costumes for actors, dancers
When her daughter Emma started taking classes at Sonja's Studio of Dance in Wasilla about 15 years ago, German was asked if she would be interested in sewing ballet dresses for the dancers' performances, such as the Nutcracker. “I looked at (the …
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