Minster Historical Society to Host “Fashions Remembered"

The "Queen of Stuff" Bette Sherman will present fashions throughout the decades in Minster on Sunday, April 17 at the Knights of Columbus.
Staff Writer

See how clothing styles have changed over the past 150 years as the Minster Historical Society presents “Fashions Remembered, Style Show and Program” at the K. of C. Hall in Minster on Sunday, April 17.

Bette Sherman, clothing historian will assist with one part of this program and we will also include Minster’s Fashions through the decades, worn by many local models.  Sherman, of Cincinnati and amusingly recognized as the “Queen of Stuff”, has been a passionate collector of vintage and antique clothing from the 1880’s to 1970’s.  She has been speaking about historic women’s fashion for nearly 30 years.   Local fashions through the decades, starting with an 1860’s wedding dress, will be featured.

To top off the afternoon the Minster Historical Society will hold a Silent Auction and door prizes. Tickets are  $10 and available at Minster Historical  Society, Jenni’s Hallmark and at the door.

The program will end with several local shops sharing today’s trends in fashion.

Doors open at 12:45 p.m. with program beginning at 1:45 p.m.