Manolo Blahnik´s Art of Shoes in Prague

Kampa Museum in Prague is currently hosting the touring exhibition by the well-known master of shoes - Manolo Blahnik. Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes is an intimate retrospective spanning 45 years dedicated to work of the Spanish designer, one of the most influential figures in contemporary fashion, whose inventiveness and superb craft has managed to cross boundaries... Continue Reading →

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Eat Me!

Trapholt Modern Art and Design Museum is located just on the outskirts of the little town of Kolding, in Southern Denmark on the mainland of Jutland. It is one of the largest and most popular museums in Denmark, outside of Copenhagen and Aarhus. Eat Me - says the name of the exhibition and with many items... Continue Reading →

Burberry – Here We Are!

Burberry continues the tradition of the open house they´ve been having every season since last September. This time they moved from the Makers House to the semi-refurbished building of Old Sessions House, just outside the Farringdon Station in Clerkenwell. The prominent landmark of the 18th century, the former courthouse-turned-restaurant and members´ club rarely opens its... Continue Reading →

The Size Doesn’t Matter

You may think this post is about fashion and celebrating all human sizes, not just XS size models - on the contrary, this is the name of Estonian Design exhibition, pointing out that despite its tiny size, the country has a rather high density of talented designers. As part of London Design Festival, 16-24th of September,... Continue Reading →

The Multi Style World of Anna Sui

American fashion designer Anna Sui is revealing her world of decades-long work and the inspiration behind it in her retrospective exhibition at London Fashion and Textile Museum. The retrospective exhibition of a truly American signature fashion designer bedazzled with its multiplicity of subcultural styles. Her inherent style grasps rock-n-roll romanticism mixed with pop/sub culture and with... Continue Reading →

You Say You Want a Revolution…

...Well, you know, we all want to change the world. (The Beatles, Revolution, 1968) Records and Rebels 1966 - 1970 exhibition at V&A looks at different aspects of the time that affected the counterculture of the 60s in the UK and the USA. Armed with a set of headphones, that change the tune automatically as you... Continue Reading →

1920s Jazz Age and fashion

Sparkle, fun and excess - this is what ´20s people were craving for, what they longed after the war and what the economy of the day allowed. The exhibition at London Fashion and Textile Museum looks back nearly 100 years ago at the glamorous time when women´s rights expanded for the first time after the WWI... Continue Reading →

The Vulgar

Vulgarity is a word usually associated with negative connotations. Hence I was very curious to see what "The Vulgar" fashion exhibition at Barbican Art Gallery is all about. It was much more than the common meaning of this word - the curator was pushing boundaries and exploring the wider concept and background of what has been considered... Continue Reading →

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