Putting the spotlight on Vivienne Westwood’s most iconic silhouette, the British fashion house pays tribute to the iconic designer through a unique exhibition.
Corsets – 1987 to Present Day, the exhibition celebrating the designer‘s unique subversion of underwear into outerwear, will open as part of London Craft Week, which begins on 8 May. It brings together a series of archival pieces that show the connection between the corset, culture and fine art throughout history.
To enrich the exhibition, a limited edition jewellery collection will be unveiled, featuring the Westwood Portrait corset turned 3D charm. This piece corresponds to a gold-plated charm and appears in the form of a bracelet and necklace. Both pieces will be available for purchase online.
The exhibition Vivienne Westwood: Corsets – 1987 to Present Day will be open to the public from 8 to 21 May at 44 Conduit Street W1S 2YL (London).
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