Design and Textile Museum

December 31, 2017
Design and Textile Museum…

Fashion Museum

Fashion Museum - formerly the Museum of Costume (Bath, England)

Metropolitan Museum of Art

newly re-named Anna Wintour Costume Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (nyc, NY)

Musée de la mode et du textile

Museum of Fashion & Textiles (Paris, France)

Palais Galliera

Musée de los angeles Mode de la Ville de Paris (Paris, France)


Kyoto Costume Institute (Kyoto, Japan)


Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (nyc, NY)

Museo del Traje

The Costume Museum (Madrid, Spain)


Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Museum (l . a ., CA)

London, England

Spanning four centuries, the V&A’s Fashion collection may be the biggest and most extensive number of dress in society. Key things into the collection feature uncommon 17th-century gowns, 18th-century ‘mantua’ dresses, 1930s eveningwear, 1960s daywear and post-war couture. Plus progressively more pieces from 21st-century manufacturers.

Bath, England

The Fashion Museum (formerly The Museum of Costume) is one of the world’s great museum selections of historic and fashionable dress. Designated as an accumulation outstanding national significance, the Fashion Museum ended up being recently detailed by CNN among the world’s top style galleries.

New York, NY

The recently re-named Anna Wintour Costume Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art comprises an accumulation significantly more than thirty-five thousand costumes and add-ons represents five continents and seven hundreds of years of fashionable dress, regional costumes, and add-ons for men, women, and children, from fifteenth century to the present.

within the Louvre Museum, Paris, France

These days, the museum consumes 9, 000 square meters and shows roughly 6, 000 things whenever you want. It attracts from the collections of works representing the real history of outfit from French Regency duration to the present (16, 000 costumes and 35, 000 finishing touches), and fabrics from the seventh century onwards (30, 000 works), in addition to examples of interior design, furniture, objets d’arts, wallpaper, tapestry, porcelain art, glassware, and toys from Middle Ages to the current.