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Elizabeth Galindo’s History of Bridal Fashion

The History of Bridal Fashion highlights particular and varying status of costume with an emphasis on wedding dress practices and customs from the ancient world to the 21st century in the Western world.

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This course offers in-depth, historical knowledge about weddings gowns and wedding cultures from around the world. This will give your bridal clients a deeper and more purposeful understanding of the meaning behind the gowns they choose for their wedding day.

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Elizabeth Galindo

Elizabeth Galindo PhD is a couture and Costume designer who is a member of the Costume Designer’s Guild Local 892. She is also a costume and production design researcher working with directors such as David Fincher, Terrence Malick and Paul Thomas Anderson. Galindo earned a Bachelors of Science from the University of Southern California. Galindo earned a Masters Fine Arts and a PhD in Performance Studies with an emphasis in Film and Fashion at the University of California, Davis. Galindo’s dissertation is titled “The Interaction of ‘Originary Practices’ and Costume Design in the Development of Historical Film Genre in 21st Century Hollywood Cinema.”

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Q: How will the History of Bridal Fashion course make me a better wedding & event planner?

A: This course is a vital tool, not only for picking the right dress for the right wedding occasion, but to incorporate all the significance of different wedding cultures properly and meaningfully into your client’s perfect wedding day.

Q: What cultures do we learn about?

A: This course covers cultures from around the world.

Q: What are Elizabeth Galindo’s credentials and experience?

A:Galindo earned a Bachelors of Science from the University of Southern California. Galindo earned a Masters Fine Arts and a PhD in Performance Studies with an emphasis in Film and Fashion at the University of California, Davis. Galindo studied and earned several proficiency degrees in silk screening, hand blocking and embroidery work on fabrics at the Fuji Institute in Florence, Italy. Galindo was invited to study at the Kyoto Costume Institute in Kyoto, Japan, examining contemporary Japanese designers and 21st century fabric making. Galindo’s dissertation is titled “The Interaction of ‘Originary Practices’ and Costume Design in the Development of Historical Film Genre in 21st Century Hollywood Cinema.”

Elizabeth Galindo even has a star on the “Hollywood Walk of Fame” for her contributions to the world of Fashion and Film.

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