Today we present you six fashion exhibitions that will take place around the World that will help keep your high-fashion buzz going all summer long. Take a look!
Baroque to Bling! High Art and Low from the Collection of Donna MacMillan
Open through October 16 at the Palm Springs Art Museum in California, this jaunty exhibition of fine art, fashion, and design comprises pieces from the collection of Donna MacMillan. As its title suggests, the show celebrates all things sparkly, ornate, and embellished, with works by cutting-edge creatives like Ernesto Neto, Tim Noble, the Campana brothers, and Sue Webster.
Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015
The proverbial award for most cleverly named fashion exhibition of 2016 goes to LACMA’s “Reigning Men,” a survey of 300 years of men’s fashionable dress. With padded, sequined, and body-conscious ensembles ranging from a zoot suit to sans-culottes pants from the French Revolutionary period, this show stakes a place for men’s clothing in fashion history.
Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair
The first exhibition to delve into the history and spectacle of Ebonymagazine’s game-changing Fashion Fair, “Inspiring Beauty” at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington features clothing, accessories, videos, and other ephemera from the traveling fashion expo. The objects in this show—including designs by Christian Dior, Givenchy, Christian Lacroix, and Yves Saint Laurent—demonstrate how this annual event helped redefine ideas of beauty and empower African Americans.
All of Everything: Todd Oldham Fashion
Now through September 11, the RISD Museum in Providence, Rhode Island, is presenting the first exhibition celebrating the 1990s work of designer Todd Oldham. The more than 65 spirited ensembles on view position Oldham as a master craftsman with a keen eye for detail, pattern, and color–and a flair for the unexpected.
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