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The Costume Collection at Tullie House

Carlisle (GB) > Dauerausstellung

The Costume Collection at Tullie House boasts two stunning new galleries dedicated to the display of the Museum’s amazing fashion and textile collection. The galleries feature over forty outfits and accessories that tell the stories of some of the women who have lived, loved and worked in Carlisle over the past 350 years – from the infamous Carlisle ‘miser’ Margery Jackson to lesser known stories of Land Army girls, factory workers, nurses, radicals, homemakers and artists. The outfits range from the rare and beautiful to the practical and familiar but each one gives us an insight into the life and identity of the person they belonged to.
These brand-new galleries shine a light on hidden stories and identities. They celebrate the extraordinary – rare outfits, intricate and beautiful dresses marking special moments in time – and the ‘ordinary’ – practical outfits worn by working women over the centuries. The galleries also include an innovative digital art installation inspired by the history of Carlisle as a ‘textile city’ and feature the voices of some of the Museum’s visitors and community partners. Through beautiful architectural design and innovative displays, these stunning new galleries will provide a brand-new visitor experience. The Costume Collection at Tullie House will be one of the largest dedicated costume galleries in the North of England, celebrating a remarkable and rarely-seen fashion collection that features items of national significance.

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Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery
Castle Street,
Carlisle
Cumbria, CA3 8TP
GB

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Tradition bis Moderne

Mindelheim (D) > 08.10.2021 – 31.01.2022

Das Textilmuseum Mindelheim präsentiert vom 8. Oktober 2021 – 31. Januar 2022 die zwölften Ausgabe des jurierten Wettbewerbs „Tradition bis Moderne“ der Patchwork-Gilde Deutschland. Dieser Wettbewerb für textile Arbeiten in Form von Quilts findet alle drei Jahre statt und zeichnet sich dadurch aus, dass er nur wenige Regeln vorgibt. Frei von strengen Vorgaben zu einem Thema, einer Technik oder einer bestimmten Größe sollen die Mitglieder der Patchwork Gilde ihre eigenen Ideen umsetzen und der Öffentlichkeit sowohl zeigen, welche Themen ihnen am Herzen liegen als auch über welches technisches Können sie verfügen.
Kennzeichnend für den Wettbewerb Tradition bis Moderne ist, dass eine hochangesehene Jury die ca. 40 Quilts anonym auswählt. Das Gremium bestand in diesem Jahr aus Jana Štěrbová (Leiterin des Prague Patchwork Meeting), Heidi Förster (Künstlerin) und Birgit Schüller (Künstlerin und SAQA-Regionalrepräsentantin für die Region Europe & Middle East).

Es wurden insgesamt 117 Arbeiten von Künstlerinnen aus Deutschland, Österreich, der Schweiz und den USA eingereicht.

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Textilmuseum Mindelheim
Hermelestr. 4
87719 Mindelheim

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Dressing with Purpose: Belonging and Resistance in Scandinavia

Santa Fe (USA) > 05.12.2021 - 19.02.2023

Dressing with Purpose examines three dress traditions today—Swedish folkdräkt, Norwegian bunad, and Sámi gákti—in light of more than two centuries of social and political change across Scandinavia. Starting in the 19th century, many in Sweden worried about the ravages of industrialization, urbanization, and emigration on traditional ways of life. Norway was gripped in a struggle for national independence. Indigenous Sámi communities—artificially divided by national borders and long resisting colonial control—rose up in protests that sparked cultural renewal and demanded political recognition. Throughout, people have put on special clothing to communicate powerful messages of unity and opposition, to fight for self-determination, and to make purposeful connections with the past. The creative reworking of tradition continues today with dress revivals, reconstructions, and inventions.

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Museum of International Folk Art
706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
USA

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Fashion Culture or Fashion as Culture - Portugal 1960-2020

Lissabon (PT) > 11.09. 2021 - 29.01.2022

MUDE and Casa do Design de Matosinhos, in partnership, presents in this exhibition a retrospective of fashion in Portugal, from 1960 to the present. The exhibition shows the influence of fashion as a disruptive expression that anticipates changes in mentalities, attitudes, tastes and habits, causing socio-cultural transformations and changing the world of spectacle and entertainment, especially on television, music and advertising. The exhibition aims to show how the heritage, the culture, the tradition and the history of Portugal have been reinterpreted by designers, highlighting speculative and experimental projects that have contributed to questioning the disciplinary limits of fashion. It also identifies the contribution of stylists and designers to the fashion culture assertion, the styles that feature the last sixty years and how fashion industry has been configured, putting into debate the challenges that arise in order to configure a more responsible and sustainable fashion system.

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MUSEU DO DESIGN E DA MODA
Francisco Capelo Collection
RUA AUGUSTA Nº24
1100-053 LISBOA
Portugal

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Martin Margiela

Paris (F) > 20.10.2021 - 02.01.2022

Martin Margiela is not only a fashion designer and the former assistant to Jean-Paul Gaultier, but also an artist and a sculptor! This exhibition at the Fondation Lafayette Anticipations showcases a collection of works and collages by the fashion designer that illustrates his artistic journey and the links he established between his personal creations and those destined for haute couture, a world he left more than 10 years ago in order to concentrate solely and discreetly on the plastic arts.

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Lafayette Anticipations
9 rue du Plâtre
75004 Paris
Frankreich

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Thierry Mugler: couturissime

Paris (F) > 30.09.2021 - 24.04.2022

À partir du 22 octobre 2020, le Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris accueillera l’exposition « Thierry Mugler : couturissime », initiée, produite et mise en tournée par le Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal (MBAM). Cette grande exposition qui retrace l’œuvre d’un créateur à l’imaginaire singulier, qui a révolutionné la mode et la haute couture a été présentée en première mondiale au MBAM en 2019. Avec éclat, cette étape parisienne signe le retour de cet immense créateur dans la ville où il a connu tous les succès, couturier visionnaire, photographe, inventeur de parfums et homme de spectacle. Des années 1970 jusqu’à la page de la mode tournée en 2002, Thierry Mugler s’est imposé comme l’un des couturiers les plus audacieux, les plus inventifs de son temps, allant jusqu’à incarner l’image même des années 1980 grâce à une silhouette graphique d’une force remarquable. Dans les années 1990, il contribue puissamment à la renaissance de la haute couture par ses collections et son sens de la mise en scène de défilés spectaculaires et de photographies grandioses, alliés aux mannequins les plus iconiques, de Jerry Hall à Iman.

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

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Beautiful People: The Boutique in 1960s Counterculture

London (GB) > 01.10.2021 - Februar 2022

“We were young, rich and beautiful, and the tide – we thought – was turning in our favour. We were going to change everything, of course, but mostly we were going to change the rules”. – Marianne Faithful.
In the mid-1960s a handful of Chelsea boutiques sparked a fashion revolution. Freed and fuelled by creative exploration and experimentation, they began selling radical clothing to the counterculture youth. Their outrageously flamboyant designs were inspired by romantic ideas of the past; Byron-esque frilled shirts were paired with Regency brocades and plush velvet trousers were mixed with influences from Morocco and the Far East. They blurred gender boundaries with increasingly androgynous styles, creating an explosion of colour, pattern and decoration.
Beautiful People explores fabulous and rare examples from these era-defining stores and designers, examining the shared free spirit of Granny Takes A Trip, Hung On You, Apple, Biba, Mr Fish, Thea Porter, Ossie Clark and more. Clothes worn by the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix will be displayed as part of recreations of these iconic boutiques.

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Veranstalter/Ort
Fashion and Textile Museum
83 Bermondsey Street
London SE1 3XF
GB

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The Beautiful Collection: Prince's Custom Shoes

Minnesota (USA) > ab. 07.09.2021

Experience the sensational shoes of the Purple One himself.
Vibrant colors. Intricate designs. Edgy elegance. Like everything else Prince touched, his custom shoes are expertly crafted and visionary works of art. Come see over 300 pairs, from his iconic 4-inch boots to his suede light-up roller skates, and marvel at how Prince’s bold style continues to impact fashion to this day.

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Paisley Park
7801 Audubon Road
Chanhassen, Minnesota 55317
USA

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Robes politiques – Frauen Macht Mode

St. Gallen (CH) > 19.03.2021 - 06.02.2022

50 Jahre Frauenstimm- und Wahlrecht in der Schweiz: Anlässlich des Jubiläums zeigt das Textilmuseum Kostüme und Accessoires aus der Zeit von 1600 bis heute, die weiblichen Machtanspruch und weibliche Machtrepräsentation im Wandel von Gesellschaft, Politik und Mode versinnbildlichen. Einen Fokus legt die Schau «Robes politiques» auf die öffentliche Wahrnehmung bedeutender Frauen, deren Erscheinen auf der politischen Bühne damals wie heute nicht nur mit Beifall, sondern vielfach auch mit (Stil-)Kritik bedacht wurde und wird.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Textilmuseum St. Gallen
Vadianstrasse 2
9000 St.Gallen
Schweiz

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The Roaring Twenties and The Swinging Sixties

Online > ab 15.03.2021

The Fashion Institute of Technology's School of Graduate Studies and The Museum at FIT (MFIT) present The Roaring Twenties and The Swinging Sixties, a virtual exhibition comparing the fashions of the twenties and sixties, both periods of significant crisis and change. Organized by students of FIT’s Master of Arts program, Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, and Museum Practice, the show features twenty-six objects from the permanent collection of MFIT and fashion illustrations from FIT’s Gladys Marcus Library Special Collections and College Archives (SPARC). It is supplemented with archival photographs that further demonstrate the parallels between the fashion of the two decades. The process of creating an exhibition is a unique experience and a key feature of the Fashion and Textiles Studies graduate program at FIT. For the first time, this student-led project is presented solely online, with the class working together remotely.
The Twenties and the Sixties each brought about new ideas of the “modern woman” which impacted fashion in remarkably similar ways. These similarities are explored through six thematic sections: Twenties Nostalgia; Dreams and Discontent; Obsession with Youth; Music Mania; Cultural Appropriation; and Mode and Modernity. The shared spirit of the times, whether in art, music, technology, social movements and upheaval, or cultural inspiration, is highlighted by paired objects with discernible visual similarities.

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Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology
227 West 27th Street
New York City 10001-5992
USA

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