Every year numerous fashion exhibitions are put on in London and this year is no exception. I've selected 5 exhibitions that you fashion lovers definitely don't want to miss. Ready to find out which ones have made the list?
Vogue 100: A century of style
Head down to the National Portrait Gallery to travel back in time to the birth of vogue. You'll be able to view issues of the magazine from every year of it's existence and see the evolution of the photography.
February 11th - May 22nd 2016, National Portrait Gallery
Undressed: A Brief History Of Underwear
Ever wondered about the history of lingerie? well, wonder no more, the Victoria and Albert Museum currently has an exhibition on that explores the relationship of underwear and fashion. You will see over 200 examples of underwear displayed from 1800 right up till modern day, it features pieces designed by Stella Mc Cartney, Rigby & Peller and paul.
April 16th 2016- March 12th 2017, V&A
Judy Blame: Never Again
In June, legendary british accessory designer, art director and stylist, Judy Blame will be holding his first ever solo exhibition at the ICA. You can expect to see Blame's fashion editorials, collages, jewellery and much more.
June 29th - September 4th 2016, The ICA
Fashion Rules Restyled
This exhibition spans four decades of fashion from 3 women: Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margret and Lady Diana. Expect to see gowns from the likes of: Norman Hartnell, Hardy Amies, Bruce Oldfield, Catherine Walker and Sandra Rhodes who all had the privilege of dressing these women in their fashion heydays.
March 1st - October 31st 2016, Kensington Palace
This exhibition explores notions of vulgarity in the fashions of the renaissance and the 18th century. you will see that taste is a changeable concept: what was once the height of vulgarity appears to be entirely tasteful today.
October 13th 2016- February 5th 2017, Barbican Art Gallery