Importance of Being Earnest
9 figures and 30 period costumes pay tribute to Oscar Wilde's comic masterpiece. Inspired by the cast and plot of Wilde's witty spoof of the British nobility and clergy, this collection of late-Victorian-era fashions features formal and leisure attire for characters drawn from London's social elite of the 1890s. Play synopsis included.
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