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Haute-à-Porter at Fashion Museum Hasselt

Fashion | May 10, 2016 |

‘Haute-à-Porter’Photo by Rene Habermacher

Haute-à-Porter at Fashion Museum Hasselt

From the 2nd of April until the 11th of September 2016 Fashion Museum Hasselt presents ‘Haute-à-Porter’, curated by the internationally acclaimed costume designer, journalist and photographer Filep Motwary.

 

‘Haute-à-Porter’Photo by Rene Habermacher

 

Haute couture is synonymous with craftsmanship, luxury, extravagance and spectacle. But aren’t these typical features of contemporary prêt-à-porter? The exhibition examines this question further and researches the changing relationship and cross-fertilization between haute couture and ready to wear.

 

‘Haute-à-Porter’Photo by Rene Habermacher

 

Through a variety of themes and a selection of spectacular silhouettes and accessories from high end designers and fashion houses, the exhibition highlights the significance of haute couture for contemporary fashion. Completed with photography, film, art and music, Haute-à-Porter offers a unique insight into the fashion industry of the last 30 years.

 

Modemuseum Hasselt, Belgium
April 2 – September 11, 2016

 

more. modemuseumhasselt.be

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