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From a renaissance falconer’s bag to Haute Couture purses, the V&A’s current show, Bags: Inside Out, explores the history of this much needed and, at times, coveted accessory, writes Julia Bagguley.
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By raiding the V&A’s archives and permanent collections, fashion photographer Tim Walker has created an immersive exhibition that’s enchanting and full of promise.
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Following its grand opening at the Met Gala, the exhibition Camp: Notes on Fashion explores the concept of ‘camp’ through a Sontagion lens and reveals its cultural, political and social significance today, writes our contributor Georgia Good.
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After Burberry’s recent fashion “faux pas” with its fall/winter 2019 collection, Helen Long considers how brands need to be more responsible when it comes to the depiction of violence and suicide.
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Julia Bagguley leads us through the history of haute couture in anticipation of the V&A’s upcoming exhibition, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams.
Read More “Haute Couture: Past, Present and Future”