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…

New section of the V&A

The new section of the V&A is absolutely stunning. The new extension provides a new entrance, courtyard and gallery. The modern extension somewhat fits into the 19th-century architecture, which is very clever of the architect Amanda Levete. Of course, the V&A is the type of building that you need to focus on the features of…

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…

Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains

This is a very worthwhile exhibition to visit. I visited this exhibition with my friends who are not very keen of cultural exhibitions and they both enjoyed it very much. As you enter into the exhibition you get given a headset which is programmed to turn on at certain points in the exhibition. This is…

Molly Goddard

This fashion show was a lovely way to finish my school year. I went to this fashion show with a friend of mine and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. The tickets were unusually free and all you had to do was book them through the V&A website and collect them on the day. It was part…