V & A Announces Style Exhibition for 2018; “The fashion of nature”
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London announced this morning its next fashion show; an in-depth look at the progress of the sustainable fashion industry.
Nature’s Fashion, which opens on April 21, 2018, to consider the complex relationship between fashion and the natural world, looking at how Christian Dior’s designers at Dries van Noten are inspired by the beauty of animals and flowers, and that the heavy demands on the impact of industrial production on the environment.
There will be 300 sites, including the Stella McCartney and Vivian Westwood sinks, as well as the Calvin Klein dress made from recycled plastic bottles worn by actress Emma Watson in 2016.
Part of the exhibition, says V & A, will be devoted to introducing innovations, while regenerated materials are made from everything from household waste to pineapple fiber. Vegea leather will be replaced by grape waste in the wine industry, as well as equipment developed by the Italian luxury Ferragamo house made of orange fiber, derived from the waste of the Italian citrus industry.
The protests should also be a significant part of the story with the team led by designer Vivian Westwood to protest climate change, which should sit next to the Catherine Hamnet “Cleaning or Death” collection in 1989. posters and t-shirts with slogans will also help highlight the movements and groups that challenge the industry’s accreditation.
“Fashioned from Nature” appears in front of another V & A model in 2018, which will pay tribute to the artist Frida Kahlo, and will follow a number of successes at the museum, including “Split: A Brief History of Underwear” “, Which takes place from April 2016 and March 2017 year: pleasure and pain, from June 2015 to January 2016. Currently, the current showcase of Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion Museum is exposed until February 2018.
Fashion by nature will be open from April 21, 2018 to January 27, 2019.