Costume Project


Reproduced crinoline dress, constructed to be fully adjustable to varying sizes, worn by staff and volunteers

Our reproduction historic costume provides interactive try-ons for your visitors, authentic clothing for interpretation staff to wear and engaging displays for your museum or heritage site.

The team has been producing bespoke costumes for museums and heritage organisations since 2004. All our costumes are created using historic sources, original patterns and archive research. We work closely with clients to meet their individual requirements and deliver an engaging, authentic, fun interpretation experience.

Past clients include the SS Great Britain, The Fashion Museum, National Trust Lanhydrock, The Historic Royal Palaces and Tower Bridge. We produce costume ranging from replica to reinvention (our fun try-on range, designed to withstand years of use).

If you wish to discuss ideas, get a quote and talk about potential projects please make an enquiry to reception on 01952 435900 and your call will be forwarded or an email address provided.

Silk debutantes gown reproduced from an original late 19th century photograph to be on display for visitors to see.

Hand embroidered Georgian pocket, copied from an original in the Fashion Museum, for display in a room setting.

Regency bonnet, designed and reproduced from original haberdashery receipts held at the museum.

Edward VII's coronation robes reproduced to fit children approximate age 12 for school workshops.

Reproduced fashionable Georgian dress and machine embroidered waistcoat made for visitors to try on.

Bright yellow Georgian dress, copied from an original in their museum's collection, made with digitally printed fabric and designed for visitors to try on.