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Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960

Los Angeles (US) > 16.05.2024 - 02.08.2024

Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960 explores the evolution of women’s sporting attire in Western fashion over this 160-year period. Beginning at the turn of the nineteenth century, when women ventured outside the domestic sphere to partake in outdoor activities, and concluding with the mid-twentieth century, when the basic forms of sportswear we know today were codified, this unprecedented exhibition traces garments and accessories that defined female participation in the sporting world as both athletes and spectators. Examining the competing priorities of fashion, function, and propriety, the exhibition consists of over 100 mannequins and related historic ephemera, and is accompanied by a fully illustrated 350-page catalogue with a preface by international tennis champion Serena Williams.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Los Angeles Galleries
FIDM Museum
919 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, California, 90015

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Marco Polo. The Costumes of Enrico Sabbatini

Venedig (I) > 14.05. - 30.09.2024

Marking the 700th anniversary of Marco Polo’s death, on 8 January 1324, the exhibition’s purpose is to relive and showcase his extraordinary adventure on the “Silk Road” through a selection of costumes representing the route followed by the great Venetian merchant and traveller. When he was just seventeen, with his father and uncle he sailed the seas, traversed boundless deserts and visited legendary cities, meeting powerful princes and dangerous warlords from very different countries and cultures. This was shown by the RAI’s major TV production with international participation including China itself. The exhibition will pay tribute to the director Giuliano Montaldo, costume designer Enrico Sabbatini and composer Ennio Morricone, to recall these extraordinary Italian geniuses who have passed away. Specifically, the exhibition reveals the ability of Stefano Nicolao, involved in the production directly by the great costume designer Sabbatini, to work in the Himalayas to create the scenes and costumes of the journey from Persia to China. This initiative presents some thirty costumes recording the route of Marco Polo’s journey from Venice to China, with original sketches, the resultof four years of study and preparation of the film and photos of the sets.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Palazzo Mocenigo
Santa Croce, 1992
30135 Venezia VE
Italien

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Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion

New York City (USA) > 10.05. - 02.09.2024

The Costume Institute’s spring 2024 exhibition, Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion, will reactivate the sensory capacities of masterworks in the Museum’s collection through first-hand research, conservation analysis, and diverse technologies—from cutting-edge tools, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and computer-generated imagery to traditional formats of x-rays, video animation, light projection, and soundscapes. Approximately 250 garments and accessories spanning four centuries will be on view, visually united by iconography related to nature, which will serve as a metaphor for the fragility and ephemerality of fashion and a vehicle to examine the cyclical themes of rebirth and renewal. The exhibition will breathe new life into these storied objects through creative and immersive activations designed to convey the smells, sounds, textures, and motions of garments that can no longer directly interact with the body.

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The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 899
New York City
USA

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Fashion on the move #2

Paris (F) > 20.04.2024 - 05.01.2025

From 20 April 2024 to 5 January 2025, the Palais Galliera will be presenting its collections exhibition Fashion on the Move #2. For preventive conservation reasons and also in order to display new works from the museum's collections, this second exhibition will present a history of fashion from the 18th century to the present day, while developing a transversal theme on the body in movement. With Paris set to host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the summer of 2024, the Palais Galliera has selected 300 items from its collections to explore the role of special clothing in physical and sports activities as well as the sociological factors reflected in its development. Garments designed for sports and physical activities such as horseriding, tennis, golf and bicycling, are compared with clothes that were worn about town. This second exhibition provides for a better understanding of the gradual specialisation of sports garments and the arrival of sportswear in people's ordinary everyday wardrobe. One section is entirely devoted to sea bathing and swimming, symbolising the democratisation of sport that came with the end of the 19th century. A chance to discover the Palais Galliera’s large collection of bathing suits, swimming costumes, beachwear and related accessories. This bathing section highlights developments in the relationship between the body and its exposure in public, as well as changing notions of modesty and decency. It also reveals shifts in conceptions of beauty, particularly in relation to suntanned skin.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Palais Galliera
10 avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie
Paris 16e, 75116 Paris
Frankreich

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From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana

Mailand (I) > 07.04. - 31.07.2024

"From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana" will bring together the fashion house’s one-of-a-kind creations for the very first time. The exhibition will be an open love letter to Italian culture as the enduring inspiration for Dolce&Gabbana’s fashion designs, tracing the extraordinary translation of Domenico Dolce’s and Stefano Gabbana’s ideas, from the heart through to their realization, by hand. The exhibition, which will launch in Milan and then tour worldwide, will celebrate the brand as a symbol of Italian style, following the dreams of Alta Moda, and explore its unconventional approach to the world of luxury: elegant, sensual and unique, yet humorous, irreverent, and subversive. Curated by Florence Müller, and produced by IMG, the exhibition will also feature work by visual artists in dialogue with Dolce&Gabbana’s celebrated designs. The archive and new collections will be displayed in a series of themes highlighting the many layers of Italian cultural influences at work in their approach to fashion design – these include art, architecture, artisanal craft, cities and their regional topography, music, Opera and Ballet, folk traditions, theatre and of course – “la dolce vita”.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Palazzo Reale
Piazza del Duomo, 12
Mailand
Italien

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La naissance des grands magasins. Mode, design, jouet, publicité, 1852-1925

Paris (F) > 10.04. - 13.10.2024

Le musée des Arts décoratifs et la Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine s’associent pour présenter du printemps à l’automne 2024 une série de deux expositions sur les grands magasins. Le partenariat entre les deux institutions vise à présenter une histoire en deux volets, depuis l’apparition des grands magasins en 1852 jusqu’à nos jours, notamment à travers des enseignes comme Le Bon Marché, Les Magasins du Louvre, Le Printemps, La Samaritaine ou Les Galeries Lafayette, nouveaux temples de la modernité et de la consommation.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
107, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
Frankreich

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Parcours Mode, Design, Bijoux

Paris (F) > 03.04. - 10.11.2024

Le 3 avril 2024, le musée des Arts décoratifs dévoile un nouvel accrochage des salles du parcours permanent dédiées au design contemporain, aux niveaux 5 à 9 du Pavillon de Marsan. Pour la première fois, cette présentation intègre une sélection de créations de mode et de bijoux : une trentaine de créations couture ou de prêt-à-porter et une cinquantaine d’accessoires et de bijoux qui entrent en résonance avec les chefs d’œuvre du design du XXe siècle jusqu’à nos jours. Dans ce contexte muséographique, récemment enrichi des salles accueillant la dation Lalanne et les nouvelles acquisitions du Cercle design, les créations de mode et les bijoux sélectionnés s’accordent aux pièces de design et d’artisanat, par affinités de formes ou de conception, ou selon des rapprochements chronologiques. Cette présentation rend particulièrement hommage aux couturiers et aux créateurs ayant récemment contribué par leurs dons à l’enrichissement des collections du musée. Retrouvez les créations de Balmain, Andrea Crews, Comme des Garçons, Schiaparelli, Issey Miyake, Xuly Bët, Fred Sathal, Elizabeth de Senneville, Valentino, Paco Rabanne, Christian Dior, Hermès, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Van Cleef and Arpels, Line Vautrin, Gilles Jonemann, Helmut Lang, Christian Astuguevieille, et bien d’autres.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
107, rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
Frankreich

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Walter Albini. the Talent,the Designer

Prato (I) > 23.03.2024 - 22.09.2024

With the great exhibition “Walter Albini. The talent, the designer” curated by Daniela Degl’Innocenti and Enrica Morini, from 23 March to 22 September 2024 the Museo del Tessuto di Prato Foundation pays tribute to the genius of the designer and absolute pioneer of Made in Italy, Walter Albini (1941-1983), just over 40 years from his untimely death. “Walter Albini. The talent, the designer” seeks to offer a reinterpretation of the entire professional career of a protagonist of Italian fashion between the late 1960s and early 1980s, created through extensive research carried out by the curators to outline a portrait of the designer who for many is almost unknown. For the first time, the exhibition combines graphic materials – drawings, sketches, designs, photographs, fashion magazines and archival documents – with many clothes, accessories and fabrics often never seen before and never exhibited, thus allowing to reconstruct Albini’s entire creative history, from his first experiences as an illustrator and fashion designer to the last collections of the 1980s. The project’s starting point was the Walter Albini Collection of Museo del Tessuto, acquired thanks to a large donation by Albini’s collaborator Paolo Rinaldi received between 2014 and 2016: a heritage that includes over 1,700 objects including jewellery, sketches, drawings, photographs, documents, books, clothes and fabrics belonging to the designer, which document his interests, creativity and great design ability. The exhibition also includes important loans from public institutions such as the Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione (CSAC) of the University of Parma and Palazzo Morando | Costume Moda Immagine di Milano, and from private lenders: A.N.G.E.L.O. Archive, Benedetta Canu Archive, Carla Sozzani Collection – Sozzani Foundation, Doris Beretta Collection, Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection, Francesco Campidori Collection, Ilaria De Santis Collection, Massimo Cantini Parrini Collection, Simona Morini Collection, TizianaVintageafropicks Collection, Vito De Serio Collection, Madame Pauline Vintage Archive.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Museo del Tessuto
Via Puccetti, 3
59100 Prato PO
Italien

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Kaukola Woman's National Costume Through the Years

Jyväskylä (FI) > 05.04.2024 - 13.10.2024

Since its publication, the Kaukola woman's national costume has been a popular and loved national costume model for Finns. 1921 U.T. Sirelius published the national costume model of a woman from Karelian Kaukola in the booklet "Suomen kansallispukuja", and its popularity has been steadfast ever since. During its long history, Kaukola national costume has lived with the times and its appearance has varied. This change is presented at the exhibition of the National Costume Center of Finland, where Kaukola woman’s national costumes from the collections of the National Costume Center of Finland are on display. The exhibition features costumes from the 1920s until today. Each of them is a slightly different implementation of the Kaukola woman's national costume. These costumes have been donated to the collection of the National Costume Center of Finland. The revised Kaukola woman's national costume, which is part of the model costume collection of the National Costume Center of Finland, is also on display at the exhibition.
Helmi Vuorelma started the Kaukola costume production in the early 1920s, and the drawing showing it was in Vuorelma's first national costume collection, and it has been in production the whole time. The changing of the costume model with the times can be seen from the national costume catalogs of different ages.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
The Craft Museum of Finland
Kauppakatu 25
40100 Jyväskylä
Finland

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Nachhaltig?! Der Umgang mit kleidung gestern und heute

Iphofen (D) > 06.04. - 01.12.2024

Die Ausstellung nimmt das Thema Nachhaltigkeit in Bezug auf Textilien in den Fokus. Lange Zeit ging die Produktion von Textilien und ihre Nutzung nicht mit einem sensiblen Umgang mit Natur und Mensch einher. Mittlerweile findet ein Umdenken statt. Etliche Hersteller haben hohe Produktionsstandards – nicht nur bei den Arbeitsbedingungen, sondern ebenfalls im Umgang mit Umwelt und Rohstoffen. Im Rahmen der Sonderausstellung wird der Lebenszyklus eines Kleidungsstückes nachvollzogen. Sie zeigt, wie sich die Einstellung zu Ressourcen, die Produktionsabläufe, der Vertrieb sowie die Verwendung von Textilien im Lauf der Jahre wandelten. Nachhaltigkeit umfasst jedoch nicht nur die Produktion: auch die Träger haben viele Möglichkeiten, nachhaltig mit ihrer Kleidung umzugehen. Es lohnt hier ein Blick - in historischer und aktueller Perspektive - auf die Reinigung und die Reparatur von Textilien. Im Umgang mit ausrangierter Kleidung und verschiedenen Arten der Umnutzung zeigen sich weitere Möglichkeiten, wie man mit bewussterer Nutzung von Kleidungsstücken zur Nachhaltigkeit beitragen kann.

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Freilandmuseum Kirchenburg Mönchsondheim
An der Kirchenburg 5
97346 Iphofen
Deutschland

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