March exhibitions

Numerous exhibitions dedicated to the work of late fashion designer Alexander McQueen will open in London this month. New York is spoilt for choice as style icons Lauren Bacall and Bjork both have exhibits dedicated to their style and art whilst Richard Prince’s has his fashion series on display. Jeanne Lanvin exhibit in Paris and Dries van Noten exhibit in Antwerp both bring attention to these contrasting designers work. …read more

February books

Address compiles a monthly list of new noteworthy fashion titles. Two books about Alexander McQueen have been published to coincide the V&A exhibition starting next month whilst history of Tartan, fabric often used by McQueen, also gets much needed attention. Iconic women and menswear illustration are also on the agenda this February. …read more

February exhibitions

Every month, Address lists the most important fashion exhibitions across the globe. This month, you should consider visiting fashion designer Bernhard Willhem’s fashion installation in Los Angeles, see 3000 buttons on display at Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and pop in to view fashion designer Gareth Pugh’s 10th anniversary exhibition in London. …read more

‘Cindy Sherman: Untitled Horrors’ exhibition

Identity, (gender) roles and physicality have been at the forefront of American artist Cindy Sherman’s work. Using mostly herself as a model, Sherman explores these ideas whilst stylistically referencing techniques and forms of advertising, cinema and classical painting. A new exhibition highlights her role as leading exponents of staged photography and reminds us of her close links with fashion. …read more

‘Made in Mexico’ exhibition

Fashion has for long been dominated by west-centric canons and its distribution, particularly when it comes to academic texts, relied on the English language. An exhibition, due to open later this week and an academic journal published last month, aim to widen the international perspective on fashion. …read more

Wearable Art Class

Address’ current artist-in-residence Riitta Ikonen is at it again. This time, she has been working with members of the Hamilton Madison House City Hall Senior Center, during her six-month residency there, which culminates in exhibition titled Wearable Art Class – presenting colourful handmade costumes, photography, and video. The project began as a meeting between the costume maker and performer Riitta Ikonen and …read more

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