Victoria & Albert Museum

World's largest museum of decorative arts and design


    The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

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    Victoria and Albert Museum

    Described as the show that "changed the future of fashion", Alexander McQueen's last fully realised collection, 'Plato's Atlantis', imagined a world of climate change, in which humans have evolved and live underwater.
    See this complex digital print of amphibious skin by visiting #FashionedfromNature:

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    Before Kahlo adopted the traditional Tehuana style of dress she experimented with her gender and displayed an ambiguous identity. This photo taken in 1926 by Frida's father shows Frida wearing a man’s suit. You can see more iconic images of Frida in this article exploring how Kahlo used photography as a form of self-expression.

    Image © Vicente Wolf

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    Muse to many world famous photographers, Twiggy was an icon of the swinging sixties. Join our evening course next year and get closer than ever to the work of radical pioneers that defined the history of fashion photography: ...

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