Explore the rich and varied history of fashion photography through Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Virgil Abloh: "Figures of Speech" is the first museum exhibition devoted to the work of multihyphenate artist Virgil Abloh, best known for Off-White, the first luxury fashion brand designed and owned by an African American.
“Gender Bending Fashion” examines a rich history of fashion disrupting, blurring, and redefining conventions and expectations around the relationship between gender and dress.
Los Angeles fashion designer Rudi Gernreich (1922–1985) introduced the “monokini,” the thong, unisex caftans, pantsuits for women, and enough inventive clothing to earn him a worldwide reputation. Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich explores the visionary and progressive ensembles that transcended rigid social expectations and championed authenticity above all.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) is pleased to announce the presentation of the first exhibition on French creator Thierry Mugler.
Fashion’s world of extremes, where sartorial expression ranges from the simple to the elaborate, is presented in one of The Museum at FIT’s 50th anniversary shows, Minimalism/Maximalism, the first museum exhibition specifically devoted to the historical relationship between minimalist and maximalist aesthetics in fashion.
Discover how Mary Quant launched a fashion revolution on the British high street, with over 200 garments and accessories, including unseen pieces from the designer's personal archive.
The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris' new display explores two of Yves Saint Laurent’s major creations: his well-known Mondrian dresses (autumn-winter 1965) and the gowns made in collaboration with the artist Claude Lalanne (autumn-winter 1969).
Showcasing fashions from Paris, New York, Chicago, and Hollywood, Silver Screen to Mainstream tracks how Hollywood's glamorous reach extended to all classes in the 1930s through the 1940s.
The exhibition includes more than fifty photographs of Kahlo, most of which were taken by noted photographers. There is also a special gallery focused on Kahlo’s unique personal style, which offers insight into her wardrobe, hairstyles, and jewelry. At the Frist Art Museum.
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Museum for Lace and Fashion is giving carte blanche to Belgian designer Olivier Theyskens. In a unique exhibition, he gives full rein to a reverie in which clothing takes centre stage.
Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion is the first New York retrospective in forty years to focus on the legendary couturier. At the Brooklyn Museum.
Dior: From Paris to the World surveys more than 70 years of the House of Dior’s legacy, featuring a dynamic selection of over 100 haute couture dresses, as well as accessories, photographs, original sketches, runway videos, and other archival material. At the Dallas Museum of Art.
Prince from Minneapolis examines an icon's image and his influence on other artists and fans. At the Museum of Pop Culture.
Discover how flowers have inspired fashions through the ages in Flora at Phoenix Art Museum.
The Palais Galliera presents Back Side – Fashion from Behind, an off-site exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle which focuses on clothing seen from behind.
After the show caused a furor at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Frankfurt will be its first venue in Europe. It offers a virtual snapshot of the latest in Muslim clothing styles from all over the world with a particular focus on the Middle East and Southeast Asia as well as Europe and the U.S.
"Kimono: Refashioning Contemporary Style" will be on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from June 28-Sept. 15. The exhibition features fashion from the 1870s to the present day, along with Japanese prints, paintings, and textiles.
Salvatore Ferragamo inaugurated an exhibition dedicated to sustainability. The “Sustainable Thinking” exhibit is open at Florence’s Salvatore Ferragamo Museum until March 8, 2020.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute's spring 2019 exhibition explores the origins of the camp aesthetic, and how it has evolved from a place of marginality to become an important influence on mainstream culture.