The must-see online fashion exhibitions of the moment


As hundreds of Museum has closed, hundreds of digital art doors have open. So a good time to have a virtual stroll around fashion exhibitions in museums usually packed with visitors. From full 360-degree exhibition tours to spotlights on world-famous Haute couture designers, here’s how to add a bit of Glamour to your ordinary quarantine day.





‘Christian Dior, Designer of Dreams’ at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs





Dior has just announced the release of a virtual tour ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’. Originally held at Paris’ Musée des Arts Décoratifs from 2017 to 2018, and the following year at the V&A in London, it became the museum’s most-visited exhibit in history with over half a million people walking through the doors. The exhibition traces the evolution of Dior from its advent in post-war to the present day, via the legendary creative directors who have succeeded him.

It’s happening HERE




The interactive biography of Yves Saint Laurent at the YSL Museum





The YSL museum site offers another way to enter the creator’s universe through his “interactive biography” retracing the life and work of Yves Saint Laurent, its life and work with Pierre Bergé, from the pair’s personal lives and convictions to Saint Laurent’s signature designs and the history of the haute couture house.

We also advise you to take a look at the part devoted to the work of YSL for the cinema: for each creation are placed the original sketch, the outfit -same and the version worn by the actress in the film. The opportunity to see how a dress transforms from the one who created it … to the one who wears it.

It’s happening HERE









Although there are 2500 renowned exhibitions on Google Arts and Culture as online tours and collections, one virtual exhibition to not miss is the exhibit of BALENCIAGA, known as ‘The Master’ of Haute Couture, coming from the V&A’s extensive archives of the Spanish fashion designer’s cove-table creations. We can see there how Balenciaga changed the shape of women’s fashion in the ’50s and ’60s by creating sculptural forms that stood away from the body to visualizing how the inimitable designer constructed his historical evening dresses.

You can view the exhibition HERE




 “Fashion at Versailles”





Marie Antoinette queen of France in the 18th century, was perhaps the very first fashion icon in the history of France and her outfits worn at the court of the chateau of Versailles never ceased to inspire all over the world designers. It is therefore logical that Marie Antoinette was celebrated in this virtual exhibition at the Chateau de Versailles. Here, no audio commentary to come with the visit, but dense and exciting pictures and texts to not be missed.

It’s happening HERE









The National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne like all museums had to close its doors. In the meantime, the exhibit ‘Collecting Comme’ which Features 65 outfits from over 40 collections, donated by COMME DES GARÇONS collector Takamasa, JUNYA WATANABE, and Tao Kurihara, has been transformed online into a one-stop virtual tour. To enjoy lying on a sofa with some good snacks.

You can view the exhibition HERE





Schiaparelli and Surrealism





Discover the artistic genius of Elsa Schiaparelli and how she transformed fashion.

The fashion designer was a provocateur who took pleasure in challenging typical notions of dress Influenced by the V&A’s archives, the playful exhibit examines how the Italian fashion designer, drawn to the imaginative freedom of the Surrealist’s wacky canvases, brought the art movement’s eccentricity to the world of fashion, blurring the debated line between art and fashion as she went.

You can view the exhibition HERE.




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