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).
The exhibition ‘Thierry Mugler: Couturissime’ brings together more than 150 outfits, most of them on display for the first time, created between 1977 and 2014, as well as many never-before-seen accessories and stage costumes, clips and videos, archival documents and sketches.
More than 300 pieces of Tiffany's legendary jewelry and treasures will be unveiled at “Vision & Virtuosity" at Shanghai Fosun Art Center.
Fashion & Feathers brings visibility to exploitation by including bird specimens, or “study skins,” alongside the garments and accessories featuring feathers from those same birds.
'Si Jolie! French Fashion' in Cleveland is about French fashion and all of the stories in between. It highlights how Paris fashion motivated Clevelanders to travel abroad, influenced local fashion, inspired the golden age of department stores, and how significant fashion was socially. At the Cleveland History Center.
Ballerina: Fashion’s Modern Muse will illustrate the rise and subsequent influence of classical ballet and ballerinas on high fashion from the early 1930s to the late 1970s.
Featuring more than 100 original drawings, photographs, and magazines, Antonio: The Fine Art of Fashion Illustration is a multimedia exhibition of ANTONIO, the signature that represented the collaborative creative work of fashion visionaries Antonio Lopez and Juan Ramos.
An extraordinary collection of 1980s-1990s fashion slides found on a New York City sidewalk makes its way back to the Fashion District in a new photographic exhibition '10 Times Square: New York Fashion Rediscovered 1982-1997'
In conjunction with the exhibition, Paris, Capital of Fashion, The Museum at FIT will hold a symposium on October 18, 2019. Confirmed symposium speakers include all of the contributors to the catalog, among others.
The World of Anna Sui features approximately one-hundred looks from the designer’s archive, presenting a roll call of twelve archetypes that are staples of the Sui aesthetic.
In celebration of fifty years of the Zandra Rhodes’ label, the Fashion and Textile Museum presents Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous. This retrospective will highlight 100 key looks, as well as 50 original textiles. This comprehensive exhibition will explore five decades of the distinguished career of a British design legend.
Portland Japanese Garden presents the art of Noritaka Tatehana in his first-ever North American solo exhibition.
SCAD FASH presents "Fashioning Art from Paper," an exhibition that explores 500 years of fashion through the breathtaking trompe l'oeil masterpieces of Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave.
The show includes almost 50 one-of-a-kind items by fashion greats Alberta Ferretti, Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Iris van Herpen, Louis Vuitton, Maison Margiela, Schiaparelli, Valentino and Yiqing Yin.
The Costume Institute's fall 2019 exhibition will feature promised gifts from Sandy Schreier, a pioneering collector, who over the course of more than half a century assembled one of the finest private fashion collections in the United States.
The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago's exhibit, "Wired to Wear," is the first of its kind to show off tech-driven apparel, according to museum officials.