I’m aiming to find balance between my cancer treatments and everyday life. This means that Hidden Fashion History should be up and running with written articles more often this fall. First in the pipeline will be either a look at Fiberglas fabrics or another Ann Lowe installment. See you soon!
I just wanted to let you know that posts will be a little less frequent here until the late fall/early winter.
I’m starting treatment for breast cancer this week, and while I’m hoping to add new and interesting things to Hidden Fashion History every once in a while during this time, my usual weekly schedule isn’t going to be possible for a little while.
With that said, I will be on the lookout for interesting fashion history related videos or old scanned books that I come across online along with scanned magazine articles from my own collection— so there should still be interesting things to explore here on a monthly basis at least, but my written entries will be shorter and less frequent for a few months.
If you’d like to reach me with any questions during this time, please send an email! Thanks! Margaret
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Instagram should be a fun compliment to this website. Sometimes I run into interesting pictures that I’d like to share, but I don’t have a full post to go with it. Apparently, Instagram is great for that 🙂
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