Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Exhibit Is Coming to London

Christian Dior (1905-57), Bar Suit, Haute Couture, Spring/Summer 1947, Carolle Line on display at a press conference for the Christian Dior: 'Designer Of Dreams' exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum

ChristianDior (1905-57), Bar Suit, Haute Couture, Spring/Summer1947, Carolle Line on screen at an interview for the Christian Dior: ‘Designer Of Dreams’ exhibit at Victoria and Albert Museum; Image: Joe Maher/GettyImages

TheVictoria & &Albert(V&A) museum in(****************************************************************************************************** )will be hosting a brand-new exhibition honoring your house of Christian Dior, entitled < a href =-LRB- *********************************) onclick=" javascript: _ gaq.push(['_trackEvent','outbound-article','']);" target =-LRB- ***********************************) rel =-LRB- ************************************) >ChristianDior:Designer ofDreams(************************************************************************************* )museum’s biggestfashion display given that the extremely effectiveAlexander McQueen:SavageBeauty in2015, the exhibit will have11 themed spaces, each focusing on specific elements inDior history.

The exhibit includes garments, sketches, videos and images covering from1947 to present day.Notable areas in the exhibition have to do withDior prior to ending up being a well-renowned designer and another focusing on his love for Britain culture and his relationship with the royal household. There will be 200 unusual couture garments and 500 items that have actually influenced Dior’s styles. Garments by Yves Saint Laurent and Raf Simons, who have actually created for Dior, will likewise be included.

OrioleCullen, fashion and fabrics manager at the V&A, < a href =-LRB- *******************************************) onclick="javascript: _ gaq.push(['_trackEvent','outbound-article','']);" target =-LRB- ***********************************) rel =-LRB- ************************************) > stated in a declaration,“In 1947, Christian Dior changed the face of fashion with his New Look, which redefined the female silhouette and reinvigorated the post-War Parisian fashion industry. The V&A recognized Dior’s important contribution to design history early on in his career, acquiring his sketches and garments from the 1950s onwards.”

ChristianDior:Designer ofDreams will be open fromFebruary 2 throughJuly14, 2019 at theVictoria andAlbertMuseum’sSainsburyGallery