Microscopic works of art are fascinating. They not only show the superb virtuoso skills of their makers, but they also record the world in miniature.
Why do collectors collect things, what makes them collectible, and what can we learn from the collections? A collector shares details about his collection.
Riviera Style at the Fashion and Textile Museum explores 100 years of bathing fashions from the English seaside to the Côte d’Azur and California.
The Fashion and Textile Museum presents Rayne: Shoes for Stars. The exhibition coincides with the publication of a fully illustrated book of the same name by fashion historian Michael Pick. Founded by Henry and Mary Rayne in London in 1885 as theatrical costumiers, Rayne’s early clients included dancers such as Anna Pavlova and Nijinsky as […]
See Magna Carta, the US Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights at British Library in the largest ever exhibition on Magna Carta and its legacy.