If you are follower of fashion, just a collection so rich and diverse as the Victoria and Albert Museum, with the work of leading designers in the world, you can inspire. Stories of the Century 20 suit and monographs on individual designers details of construction and finishing of fabrics. Close-up show complex manufacturing skills, detail and exquisite haute couture. Visitors often spend many hours of fascinating examination of the individual ensembles.
Couturier leaders, Clothing from leading designers in the center of the museum’s collection. This work provides excellent sound quality, when a designer has a vision in luxurious fabrics are made of highly skilled seamstresses, tailors, embroiderers and finishers. Most of the images and interpretations offer the spectator point of view of an inverted fashion with the methods of traveling from one of the last item back through the finish, construction, reducing the choice of calico cloth and veil, if possible, the original concept for the designer.
The contribution of Street Fashion, For the transition from tradition, recorded in 1960, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the clothes that do not depend on the regulatory structures and processes that must be purchased at the stage of “alternative” way. This is the creation of youth culture often reflect events characteristic of popular music and the arts as a reflection of a particular culture. This model often works in a cyclic fashion, and it inspired street style the fashion mainstream.
If the dresses were the fashion, Exceptional fashionista early 1900 for all day passes to the other magnificent equipment. Their clothes were made by skilled seamstresses and embroiderers, and every piece of clothing has been the creation of highly qualified, both in construction and finishing of complex mixtures – still in the clinical skills of the great embroidery fashion today, and laboratories necessary. However, the growth of urban life, when his pace, the world changed to one where the speed and accessibility are key elements in our daily lives.
The utility of event-Wear, Modern life has become throw-away society where things are to be replaced. Most of the articles produced, economic, and has a short lifespan. If the mode is reduced or item of clothing is the best that the past is simply discarded. Rapid turnover of the market is mainly supplied mass production, where in order to ensure the survival of the depth of each joint and each element is calculated crop, can be ironed, and kept to a minimum.
Mass production, Dictated by practical and budget cabinets contain most of the women’s limited edition series of clothing or a day, maybe one or two “special occasion” clothes. In general, women are ready to buy clothes, which is essentially a result of the quality of wear and the décor is limited and materials used to withstand a washing machine, dryer, dry cleaning and therefore lower quality.
The story mode will be, Installation of everyday life has changed dramatically in this century. By necessity, was interrupted during the war, the flow of fashion and women had to “do and do it.” The ideas of clothing and the duration of repair is not really a reality for today’s consumers, as well as minor damage to clothing is supplied to the cart or in charity shops and second hand. This fact is only one of the reasons why the level of skill in the role of the museum’s treasures. A lot of clothes at the Victoria and Albert have been made in view of the major fashion clients, and, although rarely are properly looked after by a maid. As a special creation made for the design and construction, have been retained by their owners and eventually donated to the museum to ensure its preservation.
Field trim, V & collection also highlights an important industry in the fashion industry, which is often overlooked – the military industry. Traditionally, the production or import of goods, such as buttons, beads, sequins, buttons, belts, buckles, and knowledge of fashion was made by small specialized companies. Catalogues haberdashery, accessories period before World War II illustrate some of the hidden pleasures of fashion.