A lavish fashion stroll through world museums and history
There is always the eternal question: is fashion art? This question has caused conflicting reactions for years. The reason for this is the fact that in many world museums there are occasional exhibitions dedicated to fashion and fashion events. Art critics are scorned by these developments because such exhibitions are most often sponsored by fashion companies (whose models are on display). Audiences and visitors love exhibitions dedicated to fashion, which further encourages museums to organize them.
A world famous museum is well known the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (Les Arts Décoratifs) and is always well visited.
With its exhibitions, this museum proves that there is a more constructive approach to the relationship between fashion and art. Luxurious and unique collections have guided visitors through the last few hundred years of fashion (from Baroque, Rococo, Victorian times to the reign of Edward VII in England and the “Belle Epoque” period in France). The “belle epoque” period in France is the last time women last wore a tight corset under their skirts (which made them unable to breathe). In addition to fashion, such exhibitions testify to the economic conditions of a certain age, social circumstances, technological news, and revolutionary ideas whose successor has always been fashion. Fashion further “opens the window” to painting and sculpture.
The world famous museums are The Los Angeles California County Museum, often known as the LACMA, the Guggenheim Museum in New York, and the German History Museum in Berlin (Deutsches Historisches Museum)
Deutsches Historisches Museum
Unter den Linden 2
Tel. +49 30 20304-0
are often extensive and invaluable exhibitions (worth a look).
For example, the New York Met, or Metropolitan Museum of New York, has a valuable and rich collection of over 35,000 exhibits dedicated to fashion and fashion.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
The United States of America
Museum curators do their best to enrich museum collections with new specimens of exhibits and valuable and sometimes scattered objects. Curators work with collectors and hobbyists to arrange the procurement of new items, arrange paperwork and arrange for the delivery of new items from around the world.
A serious approach to fashion treats clothes like a painting or a sculpture. It does not automatically turn a garment into a work of art. Allows for an equal dialogue between art and fashion. The pacifiers on which the clothes are displayed are adapted to each garment or re-worked to make the impression real. Every doll and every item or exhibit on display in museums will always delight a new audience in an exhibition in the future. At the same time, they will witness past and unforgettable times and their connection to the modern world and life.
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