Become a member and save up to 40% on the price of your tickets! Join today If you are already a member, log in to access your member price. Lunchtime with a Curator: Decorative Arts Design Series “Designed for You”: Hats Created by Milliner Sara Sue of Virginia Afternoon Course Monday, October 16, 2023 - 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET Code: 1K0409 Location: This online program is presented on Zoom. Select your Tickets Login $20 Member 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $25 Non-Member Add to cart *Log in to add this program to your wishlist Reserving your tickets... Save when you purchase this program as a part of one of these series! 3 Program Series: Lunchtime with a Curator: Decorative Arts Design Series Find series tickets Resize text Hats Created by Milliner Sara Sue from the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s Join curator Elizabeth Lay, a regular lecturer on the topics of fashion, textiles, and American furniture, for an image-rich lunchtime lecture series focusing on decorative arts and design topics. Session Information “Designed for You”: Hats Created by Milliner Sara Sue of Virginia Sara Sue Sherrill Waldbauer was Richmond’s most recognized milliner. From the early 1930s until she retired in 1973, she worked from the Amethyst Room at Miller & Rhoads, the South’s largest department store. Sara Sue designed custom hats for women up and down the East Coast. For over 40 years, she held seasonal fashion shows and dictated hat styles to her frequent customers. No woman’s wardrobe was complete without a hat, and in Richmond, owning a Sara Sue creation was a mark of status and taste. As Sara Sue’s designs rose in popularity, so did her fashion shows. Her signature label declared “Designed for you by Sara Sue,” as she created fantasy confections that ranged from the ordinary to the outrageous. Nichol Gabor, curator of costume and textiles at Richmond’s Valentine Museum, offers a delightful look at the crowning glories worn by the city’s fashionable ladies who lunched. World Art History Certificate elective: Earn 1/2 credit* Additional Sessions of this Lunchtime with a Curator Fall Series October 2: Fabulous Fakes: The Golden Age of American Costume Jewelry, 1935–65 October 30: Shoes and the American Revolution: Purchasing Patriotism, 1760s–70s General Information View Common FAQs and Policies about our Online Programs on Zoom. *Enrolled participants in the World Art History Certificate Program receive 1/2 elective credit. Not yet enrolled? Learn about the program, its benefits, and how to register here.