April, 17th Saturday
You will see 18 gowns of empress Maria, a Danish princess and a wife of the tzar Alexander III. Her spectacular long-train ball dresses, modest outfits for official visits, a home robe, and also unbelievably narrow shoes, and whimsical hats are on display. We will talk about the royal family daily routine, court's habits and rules, responsibilities of valets, footmen, and “araps” - black-skinned lackeys.
A highlight of the show is the wedding outfits of Alexandra and Nicholas II - a richly embroidered silver brocade dress with swan fluff trimmed sleeves for her and a military uniform for him.
Especially touching exhibit is a dress of little princess Olga, their daughter who would be shot by the Bolsheviks in 1918.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and find out the meeting point information
Participation: 2500 RUB, including the museum fees