The WGSN womenswear team visited and loved this brilliant “100 Headpieces” exhibition by hair designer Katsuya Kamo at the Laforet Museum, Tokyo
Check out #CitybyCity ‘s guide to Munich, for plenty of pattern inspiration. We love the colourful exterior walls of the Museum Brandhorst.
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An up-close look at #punkfashion at its finest; a heavy studded belt and deconstructed tartan @metmuseum
Inside the highly anticipated #PunkFashion exhibition at the @METmuseum today in New York
A close-up shot from the #PunkFashion exhibition at the @metmuseum press preview this morning
London’s Design Museum has unveiled its 2012 Christmas tree, a bold 2D print designed by Mary Katrantzou.
12th Dynasty Scarab finger rings Found at Abydos tomb G62 Made from gold, obsidian, amethyst, faïence.
For those who are in London, The Victoria and Albert Museum presents a retrospective on Arthur Bispo do Rosário’s work this month.
One of the most recognized Brazilian artists, the exhibitions brings together over 80 artworks including his famous hand-embroidered banners and garments. His creative process is celebrated for its imaginative approach to working with everyday materials.
This Giant Wind Coat was written into the Shanghai World Guiness Record book in 1993. Mr Zhou Chengjian, the founder of Metersbonwe, took charge of the design and production himself. He has been honored as “The King of Wind Coat” since then.
The coat is 4.64 metres long, with a chest circumference of 5.4 metres. It took one month and cost 160 metres of fabric in all. Seen at the Metersbonwe Museum in Shanghai.
We visited the Metersbonwe Museum in Shanghai this week. Metersbonwe is one of the largest and most influential fashion groups in China.