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Eileen Collard

Author of Cut and Construction of Women's Dress in the 1930's

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Eileen Collard (1912-2002) was instrumental in founding the costume collection at the Joseph Brant Museum. She was a couturier, costume collector and author. Eileen and her husband, James Collard, came to Canada from England in 1948. They first moved to Hamilton before settling in Burlington. Mrs. Collard studied in the fashion houses of London, England and brought this experience to Burlington and Hamilton, where she opened the Collard School of Fashion Design (1960-68) and became involved with the Fashion Arts Group. Mrs. Collard taught at Mohawk College and was instrumental in establishing the Costume Society of Ontario in 1970. Museum of Burlington
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