Fashion isn’t just about catwalks and runways, parties and events, but also culture, art and inspirations. In the next months there are going to take place some really cool and interesting fashion exhibitions around the world that you cannot miss if you are a fashionista. This is our top 5 from Milan to New York passing by Paris and London.
MILAN: Stardust, David Bailey
With more than 300 shoots, Stardust celebrates one of the most important photographers alive. You can find world’s iconic figures pictured in a creative yet unique way, from Meryl Streep to Kate Moss, from the Rolling Stone to the Beatles and from Andy Warhol to Damien Hirst.
How to: PAC Padiglione Arte Contemporanea, Milan. From 1st March to 2nd June. Sponsored by Comune di Milano and Tod’s.
MILAN: La camicia bianca secondo me. Gianfranco Ferré.
Ferré is considered an architect of fashion and his signature creation is the white shirt. The exhibition celebrates it alongside his sartorial poetry and creativity telling the story of a genius that left us some time ago.
How to: Palazzo Reale. From 10th March to 1st April. Free entrance.
LONDON: Alexander McQueen, Savage Beauty
The largest retrospective of one of the most inspiring personalities in fashion finally lands in Europe. From his first steps in London to the highest runways in Paris, we can walk through his style evolution admiring his most beautiful creations and with them have an oniric journey in his mind.
How to: Victoria & Albert Museum. From 12th March to 2nd August.
NEW YORK: Yves Saint Laurent + Halston, Fashioning the ‘70s
A wonderful exhibition that celebrates two designers that understood perfectly the changes that were incoming in fashion in the Seventies and contributed to define the woman figure of today .
How to: FIT Fashion Institute of Technology. From 6th February to 18th April.
PARIS: Jeanne Lanvin
A tribute to one of the oldest French fashion houses in the business. It is the first retrospective about the designer in Paris, and features over a hundred models from the amazing collections of the Paris Galliera and the Lanvin Heritage, from the first creations designed from her daughter Marguerite to the wonderful dressed draped on the silhouettes of the parisienne women of her time.
How to: Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris. From 8th March to 23th August.