The Costume Institute's Spring 2016 exhibition at the Met will examine the impact of technology on fashion and attempt to reconcile the relationship between the perceptions of the hand-made and mass-produced.
New York's Metropolitan Museum will pay tribute to countess Jacqueline de Ribes, one of the biggest fashion icons of the 20th century, in an exhibit showcasing around 60 ready-to-wear and haute couture outfits.
The new exhibition, which showcases the dynamic world of handmade textiles from India, premieres on Friday for members of the Victoria & Albert Museum. The show will open to general public on October 3.
Organised in collaboration with the British Fashion Council, the 'Minnie: Style Icon' exhibition opens on 18th September at Blacks Members Club in Dean Street, London, coinciding with London Fashion Week.
Paris's Maison européenne de la photographie will present the exhibit "Alber Elbaz/ Lanvin: Manifeste" from September 9 to October 31, retracing the career of Alber Elbaz as artistic director of the Lanvin house.