Never ones to shy away from a glass of champagnoiserie or 73, our dolly hearts skipped a dolly beat when the invite for the latest undoubtedy-will-be-fabulous V&A shindigaroo came a-knockin’.
The Golden Age of Couture: Paris and London 1947-1957 is, well, an exhibition celebrating the golden age of couture as produced by couture houses in Paris and London betwixt the years of 1947 and 1957 (natch), book-ended by the launch of Christian Dior’s New Look and the couturiers evolution into global brands by the late Fifties. S’true.
It kicks off in earnest on 22nd September, running through to 6th January – which equals almost four months of frock-related gorgeousness withinside The Victoria and Albert Museum of Gorgeous Things. What’s not to j’adore, etc.
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