I was writing a short piece on cherry print in fashion (as I’m sewing with it for the #FruitSaladSewing challenge) but I could not resist a short cultural contextualisation of the cherry in history. I’ve made it a preamble to the fashion history blog post incase you don’t share my enthusiasm for art history and literature.
Browsing Tag: cultural history
Natasha Lester, The Paris Seamstress
It’s no secret that I love historical fiction so when the genre aligns itself with sewing (my second love) it’s not even a question of ‘to read or not to read’. As far as historical stories go, the second world war is certainly up there among the most popular historical settings. I usually veer towards […]