2018 Fashion Show & Victorian Tea
Victorian Tea & Fashion Show
Legend has it that a Duchess was too hungry to wait for a late dinner so she began an afternoon custom of enjoying a selection of biscuits and cakes with her friends. Queen Victoria learned of this activity and also fell in love with the idea. By the late 1840s the royal household was hosting daily tea parties which later became known as afternoon tea.
Join Heritage Square Museum for a Victorian Afternoon Tea and Fashion Show as we present:
First Ladies of Fashion
First Ladies, whether they are American, French or English have always been fashion trend setters.
We will showcase some of the more notable American First Ladies from Martha Washington to the most iconic and fashionable First Lady, Jackie Kennedy. First Ladies of the fashion design world include fashion icons as Jeanne-Marie Lanvin and Coco Channel. Also included, the First Ladies of the stage and screen such as Lillian Russell, Sarah Bernhardt, Audrey Hepburn and Helen Hayes.
The fashions included in this fabulous show will cover 300 years of fashion history.
The delectable menu will include a loose leaf tea selection with sweets, savory sandwiches, tarts and cakes.
Heritage Square Museum (View)
3800 Homer Street
Los Angeles, CA 90031
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||Do you have to dress up in period attire?|
||Hello,You may dress in period attire, you don't have to. It's certainly not a requirement! Our staff and models will be dressed in period attire. Thank you!|