We took the kids to the Fashion Museum over the half-term week while staying in Bath. It was fascinating to see how fashion had changed so much over the years... some memories came flooding back! The kids enjoyed dressing up. So much to see here - 100% recommended for a fun day out.
The media and public obsession with Lady Diana Spencer’s wardrobe began in 1980, the moment the tabloids featured John Minihan’s now-iconic snap of 19-year-old Diana at work in a Pimlico kindergarten, the morning sun making her enviably long legs clearly visible through her thin printed skirt. From then onwards, as one of the world’s most photographed women, it seemed that what Diana wore became just as important as what she said or did. ‘The Diana Dresses’…» read more
We checked out the ‘Photographing Fashion’ exhibition at the Fashion Museum today. There were bold, edgy, highly covetable frocks by Mary Quant and Helmut Lang. Also, intriguing insights into the sixties model shoots of Mrs Carter (think Miranda Priestly from 'The Devil Wears Prada'). I enjoyed all of the collections in Bath’s Georgian Assembly Rooms. After a heavy weekend of clothes shopping in Bath, it was both diverting and familiar. I left uplifted with the message of Sir Roy…» read more
Visited the Fusion Museum recently with some friends. We decided to have a girls day out in Bath and had a fantastic day. We managed some shopping in the morning, with an early lunch and then moved onto the Fashion Museum. What we didn't realise is that you were able to try on some of the clothing - including corsets! Now having decided on a heart pub lunch previous to this turned out not to be the greatest idea. We did…» read more