Thebe Magugu's First London Show Will Be Held In Collaboration With V&A
The V&A Fashion in Motion show marks the first time the designer has presented one of his collections outside of Johannesburg, taking place on 7 October in the museum's Raphael Court.
The V&A Explores Pakistan's Independence With Artist Osman Yousefzada
In his first major solo exhibition in London, What is Seen and What Is Not, the artist explores themes of movement and migration with three large scale installations.
V&A Pays Tribute To Iconic Building With Fashion Film 'Creativity. It's What Makes Us'
The South Kensington site features in a new fashion film directed by Georgia Hudson, 'Creativity. It's What Makes Us'.
The V&A Fashioning Masculinities Campaign By Hingston Studio, In Focus
With a series of moving posters, The V&A's stellar exhibition campaign by Hingston Studio reveals fashion at its best; alive and in motion.
The performance of menswear through clothing is examined in a series of videos exploring the Victoria & Albert museum's blockbuster exhibition.
Fashioning Masculinities: Gucci
This video examines iconic Gucci designs by Alessandro Michele, explaining how they have ushered in an era of menswear where gender is not defined in binary terms.
Fashioning Masculinities: Undressed
Co-curator Claire Wilcox analyses how menswear has re-fashioned the ideal male form and traditional definitions of gender.
Fashioning Masculinities: Overdressed
Billy Porter's custom Golden Globes ensemble presents the notion of camp in the 21st century, associated with a flamboyance which was once used as a marker of heterosexual privilege.
Fashioning Masculinities: Redressed
Fashion items by designers who changed the course of men's tailoring are analysed on camera.
Are You a Slogan Bag or an 'It Bag' Kind of Girl?
From Sarah Jessica Parker's Fendi Baguette to Margaret Thatcher’s ‘secret weapon,' Bags: Inside Out at the V&A surveys the bag's many iterations throughout history, from the 16th century up to the present day.
Truth, Fantasy, and Fiction - #TimWalkerxVAM
The V&A reveals the first look at their latest spectacle 'Tim Walker: Wonderful Things'.
Conversation: Fashion Beyond the Body
Stephen Jones, Oriole Cullen, Joseph Bennett and Philippe Garner discuss fashion in exhibitions, performance and beyond the context of the wearable.
Conversation: The Enduring Art of Hand Drawing
Jessica May Underwood discusses fashion illustration with SHOWstudio editor Lou Stoppard as part of a V&A Connects event.
Interview: Claire Wilcox on Lee McQueen
Claire Wilcox, curator of Savage Beauty at the V&A, talks to Lou Stoppard about building the exhibition and collaborating with McQueen.
McQueen: Savage Beauty Trailer
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty opened at the V&A museum on 14 March 2015...
Trailer: Savage Beauty
Drawing on years of creative collaboration between Nick Knight and Alexander McQueen, this trailer spotlights the designer's most famous work in movement.
Interview: Oriole Cullen on Bonnets
Oriole Cullen, curator of Modern Textiles and Fashion, explains the history of the bonnet to Lou Stoppard at the V&A's Clothworkers' Centre.
Interview: Julia Hutt on Noritaka Tatehana
Niamh White interviews V&A curator of Japanese art Julia Hutt about Noritaka Tatehana's work and its place in the history of Japanese craft.
Conversation: Wedding Dresses 1775 - 2014
Lou Stoppard talked to antique fashion expert Virginia Bates and stylist and consultant Hannah Teare about bridal fashion.
Conversation: The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945 - 2014
Angela Missoni and Gianluca Longo discuss the success of the Missoni brand and the house’s evolution over the years.
Conversation: Talking Fashion - Jonathan Saunders
Designer Jonathan Saunders talks about his career with Lou Stoppard as part of the Talking Fashion series at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Gallery: Millinery in Motion
Go behind the scenes at the V&A event celebrating British millinery with Clive Booth's stunning images.
Talking Fashion: Giles
Filmed at the V&A, Giles Deacon sheds light on almost every aspect of his career in this hour-long interview.
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