I love traveling and I love fashion. So when I have planned a getaway, soak besides the monuments, museums. that exist in every city, I usually prepare a route of shopping also for giving me little pleasure of buying a new place, full of shops to discover. And if there is any match fashion exhibition interesting, reserve a few hours to see it. Paris, London and New York are cities often go you go, you always have things to see and do and if in the future some of these bridges cities is your holiday destination, these are the interesting exhibits that await you:
In London you can visit the Victoria & Albert Museum, one of the most interesting and great if you are interested in fashion. Now there is a spectacular exhibition of the costumes of great movies: 'Hollywood Costume'. Costumes worn by Marilyn Monroe, Keira Knightley, black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's and well as 130 costumes that are not only fashion history, but film history. It will be open until 27 January.
The Musee D'Orsay, which brings together the work of the Impressionists, is a must if you go to Paris. But there is a new reason that worth visiting this fall. Just opened the exhibition "Impressionism and fashion '. By sixty masterpieces of painting shows a tour of society and fashion in the second half of the century XIX . This Paris museum collects until January 20, 2013, part of the works of the masters of the art of painting related to fashion of his day. Impressionist painters, lovers of light, reflections and draw their images on canvas as if they were photographs, worried about daily life and French society immortalized in detail, capturing well the clothing of the time.
This I would like to see it especially because I love the style of Katherine Hepburn, an actress who is a true fashion icon, whose style has influenced male fashion and looked after as few beautiful dresses at the golden age of Hollywood. The exhibition "Katharine Hepburn: Dressed to the stage and screen 'Public Library for the Performing Arts in New York, traces the career of the actress through the clothing he used in his appearances on stage, screen, television and advertising, and even in his private life.