Caroline Rennolds Milbank’s work in fashion history has included stints as an auction house expert (Sotheby’s and Doyle New York), appraiser, and consulting curator. She contributed essays to the catalogues of and curated the costume components of the exhibitions: Art and the Empire City: New York 1825 – 1861, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000 and Noble Dreams, Wicked Pleasures: American Orientalism, 1870 – 1930, the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 2000. She was co-curator of the exhibitions Elegance, Glamour and Style: Fashion and Its Photography, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, 1998; and The Couture Accessory at the MFIT in 2004, the latter based on her book of the same title; and also selected the Worth evening gowns included in the exhibition John Singer Sargent: portraits of the Wertheimer Family, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 2000.

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