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Liberty in Fashion is a major retrospective of iconic department store Liberty of London at the Fashion & Textile Museum from the autumn, celebrating the company’s 140th anniversary.
Liberty is known for its distinctive floral and graphic textile designs. It has been at the cutting edge of fashion, design and decorative arts since 1875, when founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty opened up shop on Regent Street, selling ornaments, fabrics and objets d’art inspired by the Far East. Within a decade the store was designing its own in-house apparel and collaborating with designers to bring it to the forefront of British fashion and the arts and crafts movement.
If you haven’t seen the wildly successful War Horse on stage, then it’s now (until March) or never, as the production is taking its final bow in the capital after nearly a decade, having played over 3,000 performances and won 25 major theatre awards.
The story of how a boy and his horse are caught up in the First World War is a moving and imaginative drama, adapted from the novel by celebrated children’s author Michael Morpurgo.
A themed exhibition on the modern garden kicks off the Royal Academy’s 2016 season. Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse looks at how gardens were depicted by artists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by artists such as Claude Monet and his contemporaries, in an era of great social and industrial change and innovation in the art world.
British Vogue is marking its centenary year with a major exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Vogue 100: A Century of Style features fashion, beauty and portrait photography taken from the magazine’s Condé Nast archives over the last 100 years.
There will be 280 prints of photographs by everyone from Cecil Beaton and Lee Miller to Herb Ritts and Mario Testino, with images of the beautiful and famous such as Marlene Dietrich, Lady Diana Spencer, Fred Astaire and David Beckham. Also featured are the clothes, with fashions from across a century from Dior to McQueen.
Russia and the Arts: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky is billed as a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see paintings of some of the most famous Russians in history. The exhibition is part of an unprecedented cultural exchange between the National Portrait Gallery and the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, arranged as both galleries celebrate their 160th anniversaries.
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