Friday, 28 January 2011

Les Arts Decoratifs Exhibition, Paris


We couldn't help ourselves and had to whip out the cameras to capture some of these little gems at the Les Arts Decoratif's exhibition in the Louvre right now before being busted by a very masculine female security guard.  Such is our life.  Anyway, this really is a superb exhibition celebrating 150 designs selected from the most "emblematic" collections of the 90's and noughties.  The exhibition shows work from various movements in fashion from "Belgian, British, urban, minimalist, haute couture and independent".  Our favourites here are the McQueen, Westwood, Miyake and Margiela pieces which really do communicate the creativity of the period. Our only gripe is how dusty and dirty the floor of these showcases are and chipped mannequins have been used which really distracted us from the incredible beauty of these pieces.  So no points here for presentation.  However, if you can ignore that then do go.  Well, go anyway as it really is quite stunning. 

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