What’s On at The V&A?
The V&A has reopened its doors to the public with a sensational line-up of exhibitions. Visitors are now able to explore the ground and second floors, as well as the Europe 1600-1815 galleries in what is a phased reopening – note: free timed entry tickets must be booked – whilst the highly-anticipated Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk retrospective has also recommenced. Here’s what to book and look forward to over the coming months.
What’s On At The V&A?
Following months of temporary closure, the V&A is back with an exciting array of exhibitions and upcoming retrospectives, including an exploration of all things Alice in Wonderland to the evolution of fashion’s most beloved accessory, the bag. Ensure these must-see showcases are on your radar…
An entire exhibition dedicated to the kimono? We’re officially intrigued. From 17th century Japanese garments, to original Star Wars costumes and designs from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent and John Galliano, explore the fascinating evolution of the Kimono and its progressional role within the world of haute couture. Catch it now until 25 October 2020.
Spanning 300 notable pieces and 5,000 years of history, this captivating exhibition will transport culture vultures to the Middle East in an in-depth exploration of Iranian art, design and culture. Opening 13 February 2021.
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