Women Fashion Power: Exhibition Review

So a few weeks ago, I had the lucky pleasure of being able to visit the Design Museum in London for an afternoon of spectacular delights at their ongoing Women Fashion Power exhibit.

As a girl that absolutely loves fashion, history and creativity, the exhibition was right up my street (even though finding said street was a small nightmare to begin with). Regardless, the display was a complete dream. I loved learning about the progression of fashion through the ages – and how it embodied the movement of power struggles in a wider context. From corsets to the punk movement, the exhibit covered the lot, and it was visually stunning.

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Chanel lipstick – because one must never leave the house unprepared for adventures.
Complete with Nasty Gal shades!

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To see the shift in design and style was fascinating – just look at those colours! I loved it.

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And now here I am – daydreaming about such lovely inspiration.

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