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  Costume :: Organizations
Association of Sewing and Design Professionals
Australian Costumers' Guild
The Australian Costumers' Guild is a non-profit organisation whose aims are to encourage development of skills and sharing of knowledge in subjects relating to costume design, construction and care. We do this by providing opportunities for discussion and networking in a friendly, constructive environment via online forums, and local workshops and social events
Beyond Reality Costumers Guild
We are a group costume enthusiasts who share our passion for costuming by teaching others our techniques, learning from others, and exhibiting our costumes.
British Film Designers Guild
Representing the interests of British art and costume departments since 1946
British Plate Armour Society
Chicagoland Costumers' Guild
A club for people who love to costume and do costuming-related activities together.
Costume Designers Guild
Costume Designers Guild
The Costume Designers Guild (CDG) is Local 892 of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.). The Guild represents Costume Designers, Assistant Costume Designers and Costume Illustrators working at the highest levels of skill and expertise in motion pictures, television and commercials.
Costumer's Guild West, Inc
The Costumer's Guild West Inc. is a community of costumers dedicated to promoting the art of costuming and needlework in all forms. Through Costume College, we present an educational forum where members can learn about the history of clothing, expressing their imagination in costuming, and creating links to the past, present, and future in the fashion arts
Earthly Delights
Located in Canberra, Australia, established in 1997 to perform to and teach the public about our historic dance, music and costume heritage.
Greater Bay Area Costumers Guild
Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, we offer a variety of activities including workshops, costume salons and costumed events.
Greater Delaware Valley Costumers Guild
We primarily work to educate people on the benefits of learning how to sew. We sew all types of clothing from historical
recreations to fantasy outfits.
International Costumers Guild
The International Costumers' Guild, Inc., is an affiliation of amateur,
hobbyist, and professional costumers dedicated to the promotion and education
of costuming as an art form in all its aspects
Home for re-enactors of all ages
National Association of Re-enactment Societies.
Northern Lights Costumers' Guild
Composed of costumers, teachers, artists, engineers, and other interested people who share the love of costuming. Our members are scattered over the greater New England area
Period Events & Entertainments Re-Creation Society, Inc. (PEERS)
Nonprofit Corporation dedicated to remembering, researching, and re-creating the performing arts of the past.
Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)
The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe.
St. Louis Costumers Guild
We're as much a social organization and support group as we are a costuming guild. We're friends, co-conspirators, instructors, and everybody's cheering section. Not all of us make or even wear costumes, but we all appreciate the "artform" and goad each other into greater leaps and accomplishments whether on stage or off.
Stone Hill SF Association
The Company of The Phoenix
Medieval living history group based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The Constantian Society
The Constantian Society is a monarchist organization with educational goals and purposes, which include: to give unity to monarchists, particularly in the Americas, enabling them to meet and contact other monarchists; to promulgate information about and foster interest in monarchy, monarchies, and royalty; to generally educate the public on these subjects; to advance the political theory, history, and philosophy of monarchy, to further theories of modern monarchy, and to promote and defend the theory of monarchy as a superior governmental form; to cause to be written, published, and distributed accounts, records, information, and news of monarchy and royalty; to counter criticism of monarchy in the media or from whatever source; and to work for restorations.
The Costume Society
The Society promotes every aspect of the study of clothing and textiles: The society aims to encourage access to costume history,including contemporary dress in various different ways, our appeal is wide-ranging and object-based. Our members include academics, collectors, curators, designers, re-enactors, students and informed enthusiasts across the world. What we have in common is our wish to provide the best and most varied opportunities to study this fascinating topic
The Costume Society of America
The Costume Society of America advances the global understanding of all aspects of dress and appearance
The Costume Society of Ontario
The Costume Society of Ontario is an association dedicated to exploring the design, development and import of fashion throughout the ages: the influence of dress on society and the reflection of technology, culture and thought on fashion design and display.
The Medieval Dress and Textile Society
The Medieval Dress and Textile Society was founded in 1991 with the aim of providing a forum for all those curious about European clothing and textiles secular or sacred - roughly from the end of the Roman Empire in western Europe until about 1600.
Members are textile and dress historians, designers for the theatre, museum curators, re-enactors interested in creating replicas of historic dress, economic and social historians, art historians, archaeologists, conservators, and dyers and weavers - and all who are passionate about the history of dress and textiles and their significance.
The Medieval Siege Society
UK living history enthusiasts of all ages who re-enact the conflicts & campaign life of the high medieval period
The National Costumers Association
Establish and maintain professional and ethical standards of business in the costume industry. Encourage and promote a greater and more diversified use of costumes in all fields of human activity.
The New Jersey/New York Costumers' Guild
A non-profit amateur group specializing in the educational and social nature of all aspects of costuming
The Silicon Web Costumers' Guild
non-profit, educational organization for those who are interested in costumes and costuming
The Southwest Costumers Guild
The Southwest Costumers Guild is a loose and informal educational society of persons interested in all facets of historical, cultural, science fiction, fantasy, and humor costume.
Waves Institute of Fashion Designing
Fashion school in Kozhikode, India

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