These fashion exhibits from the best design houses in the world are a must see this season!
At Luxxu we are big fans of all things design! Art moves us and we are all about finding out new exhibitions that are worth a visit. As fashion is considered to be art, and it definitely belongs in museums, we have gathered some fashion exhibits at some of the world’s most prestigious museums.
Fashion-lovers know how important fashion is from the cultural point of view, after all, it’s the ultimate expression of a generation! Luckily for all of us there are at the moment plenty of exhibits that besides having the beautiful designs on display, also explore the political and historical aspect of fashion.
Check our 5 suggestions from haute couture houses.
Yves Saint Laurent: THE PERFECTION OF STYLE, at The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
At this exhibition, you will be able to take a closer look at the career of one of the best fashion designers of the 20th century: Yves Saint Laurent. From her teenage year’s sketches to his brilliant designs, you will have the opportunity to see some of his most revolutionary work.
Balenciaga: SHAPING FASHION, at The V&A Museum, London
One of the most awaited fashion exhibits of 2017! Balenciaga: Shaping fashion is a must see in London! The Spanish fashion house opened nearly 100 years ago and has produced some of the most avant-garde designs in the fashion industry! You can visit it until February 2018.
THE WORLD OF ANNA SUI, at the Fashion and Textile Museum, London
Anna Sui has carved out a space for herself as a boundary-bending fashion designer. The fashion exhibit will feature over 100 signature looks, from mod to bohemian. It closes on the 1st of October so hurry up!
DIANA: HER FASHION STORY, at Kensington Palace, London
Take a look at the late Princess Diana’s style. Showing at Kensington Palace in London some of her most memorable outfits are on display, from her first public appearance to the velvet gown she wore during the visit to the White House.
REI KAWAKUBO/COMME DES GARÇONS, at The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The Met paid tribute to Rei Kawakubo in 2017 Met’s annual gala. It was a nod to this avant-garde fashion designer. The exhibition, that explores the history of Comme Des Garçons includes about 140 pieces and is divided into nine different aesthetic categories.
You might also like: Luxury Brand Christian Dior exhibits at Musée des Arts Décoratifs