Sunday 7th April 2019
At the Victoria and Albert Museum, you can see art and design from the past 3000 years, including ceramics, furniture, fashion, jewellery, photographs, sculpture, textiles and paintings. In addition, an exhibition dedicated to Christian Dior will open at the V&A Museum next year.
Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams will be the largest and most comprehensive show on the House of Dior that has ever been staged in the UK, spanning from 1947 to the present day.
It will also be the museum’s largest fashion exhibition since the smash hit Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition that opened in 2015.
The show will be based on an exhibition already staged at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, but will be reimagined for London, with a new section that will explore the French designer’s fascination with British culture.
One of the highlights of the show will be the dress worn by Princess Margaret for her 21st birthday celebrations, which is on loan from the Museum of London. As well as exploring the six artistic directors who succeeded Dior in running the fashion house including Yves Saint Laurent, it will look at Dior’s sources of inspiration and his vision of femininity, including his fragrances.
The family-friendly Science Museum caters for kids of all ages. The Interactive Garden area is specially designed for under fives, while the hands-on Launchpad Gallery is perfect for teenagers. Just next door you’ll find London’s Natural History Museum, where you can come face-to-face with a giant T-rex, and experience an earthquake in the Power Within zone.
Seats just £27 return (Child £15)
With Christian Dior Exhibition - £45
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