Mary Quant

This is another exhibition that I am very late to write about, but again, I can’t not talk about this designer. Mary Quant could be seen to have revolutionised and sexualised fashion for young girls of the 60s. This was a really exciting exhibition for me as it showed me the starting points of fashions…

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

I know I am a little late in writing this post about the Dior exhibition, a year in fact! But, I could not not write a post about how gorgeous this exhibition was! The Dior brand was started in 1947 and the exhibition is a good retrospect of all of their previous designs. The exhibition…

Thread Counts at WOMAD

We stumbled across this group at WOMAD festival in August. This group is based in Stroud and provides classes for children in order for them to focus and concentrate on something creative; this usually has calming effects on children. The initiative of this group is actually something I believe in strongly as I am thinking…

Balenciaga at the V&A

Balenciaga is a Spanish fashion designer who emerged in the 1930s. This new exhibition at the V&A shows Balenciaga’s progression in fashions as well as how other people have been inspired by his designs. His designs can be seen to be very classic with a modern twist. This can be seen in the dress below…

Hockney

This is one of the best exhibitions I have seen. David Hockney’s work is currently displayed in the Tate Britain and is a really popular exhibition, so I suggest you go and see it before it ends. His work is relevant to my topic of architecture as his collection called A Bigger Photography collages images of…