with the planning committee and show coordinator at their place to make
plans for a programme about historical costumes - date, time, place,
scope, theme and any other details.
a print-out of the agreement entered into during verbal discussions
with the sponsor's show committee.
all the costumes to the rehearsal and show site as planned that fit
into the show's theme and scope.
each model to represent an historical date in the style. Every costume
includes the outer garments, supporting undergarments, millinery,
footwear, hairdos and accessories to complete each style.
a chart of sizes of the garments chosen for the show to help the show
coordinator to select models of the sizes needed.
coaching for the models to present their fashions in period deportment.
historical commentary for the presentation which describes the history
of fashion, local history and events that influenced fashion history.
recorded musical programme to fit the show's fashion themes.
- A firm
estimate of the cost of our services. An invoice will be prepared
and sent to the show's coordinator.
- Making a
date with us for a planning meeting to decide on the theme and
scope. These discussions become the basis of an agreement that we
will prepare for the show's sponsor.
the location and date for the show.
a sound system with microphone.
for the show if it is for presentation to a public audience.
of ticket sales and receipts if applicable.
volunteer models. If the models, who will each wear one costume,
are recruited among your members and contacts, the coordinator will
undertake to search out suitable models with sizes and heights for the
costumes to be shown. Models can be any age.
a time and place for a dress rehearsal with all the models present
before the show.
a private dressing room with security near the show location for at
least two hours before the show, until after the show. Models can
be assured their personal possessions are safe during the show