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- Latest Historical Styling Videos
- Fashion Museum News
- Fashion Museum Links
- Featured Fashion Museums
Latest Historical Styling Videos
Fashion Museum News
The latest news about things museum and exhibit related.
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- Farren van Wyk
Fashion & Textile Museums Website
For a more exhaustive list of museums, including exhibits please see the Fashion & Textile Museums website. The website was created by Chloe Chapin. Chloe Chapin is a fashion historian, costume designer, and painter.
Google Arts & Culture
The Google Arts & Culture app (available for Android and Apple) and website from the Google Cultural Institute are an app and website with museums and exhibits around the world. When you use the search option with the word ‘fashion’ for example it will bring up fashion museums as well as exhibits. It is a beta project, and searches can contain some exhibits not directly about fashion, however the app or website can be quite handy to use
Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia
The Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia was instituted on March 3rd 2008 with a resolution passed by the City Council of Venice, with the purpose of managing and enhancing the profile of the cultural and artistic heritage of the Civic Museums of Venice.
Fashion Museum Riga
Visit the Fashion Museum in the heart of Riga! With interactive, hands-on exhibits for children and adults, the Museum showcases clothing styles over the centuries.
Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris
The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris exhibits the couturier’s body of work on the legendary premises of his former haute couture house, alternating between retrospective displays and temporary thematic exhibitions.
KCI The Kyoto Costume Institute
Western clothing is the origin of what many of us wear today, and the Kyoto Costume Institute (KCI) systematically collects and preserves outstanding examples of western clothing through the centuries, as well as the documents and other items related to this area of study.