Frida Kahlo- Making Her Self Up | A Little Too Personal

Even in death, we deserve a little bit of privacy, no matter how public a live we lived, there should be some things that remain unknown, even in death, especially about our most intimate moments. I love Frida Kahlo, I’ve journeyed around to see her art work. I find her story both compelling, fascinating and…

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London | Balenciaga @ The V&A | Simplicity At Its Finest

When you take in the whole of this tightly curated and uniquely displayed exhibition and examine the sum of its parts, one thing will always remain, it will leave you utterly spellbound. The simplicity and mastery of Balenciaga remain unparalleled, it leaves you with a feeling reserved for a particular time, one that is captured…

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See- London; The Glamour of Italian Fashion: 1945-2014

From the first international fashion show to the current status of Italian Fashion, the Fendi Baguette to the Sartoria, the V&A curates some of the important events that have made italian fashion what it is today. Post WWII with Italy in ruins, the fashion industry blossomed under the stewardship of Giovanni Batista Giorgioni; a business…

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