What a tiring couple of weeks it has been. Does anyone else have a busy/stressful time and as soon as it starts to calm down you end up feeling ill? Well anyways, a little while ago I took a trip to the Bowes Museum in County Durham with my University. I wanted to post about this last week but my Mum unexpectedly ended up in hospital, hence why I didn’t get to post anything. Anyways, she’s feeling a lot better now so I thought I’d share the pictures I took.
The exhibition itself was so much better than I could have imagined.
The sparkle on this dress could only be appreciated in person. You can also tell how luxurious it is because it was one of the few garments behind glass.
This Comme des Garçons garment really took my breath away.
It was such a beautiful stately home which created the most elegant setting, contrasting well with the garments.
I spent the majority of the day in absolute awe of the garments. But a couple of garments caught my attention immediately, this being one of them. To the point where I had to get a selfie. During a-levels, Vivienne Westwood was a big inspiration, particularly the pirate collection. So to see the garment in real life was amazing. I also got to see the other big garment that inspired me a lot during my design was the Alexander McQueen, The Horn of Plenty collection.
Sorry for the shorter post this week, life should resume as normal now and its officially the start of Christmas?! How very exciting…
Lots of Love,
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Wow some of the fashion in there is spectacular and unique! Xx
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It was breathtaking xx