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The latest Fashion Museum Dress of the Year has been unveiled: a sugar pink silk organza dress from leading British designer Christopher Kane's Spring/Summer 2013 collection.
Henry Moore regarded his colourful textile designs as "a bit of holiday" and Picasso allowed his designs to be printed on virtually anything - apart from sofas. The Fashion and Textile Museum explores the wonderful world of artist textiles.
Fans of Austen and the Georgian period should make their way to the Fashion Museum in Bath where a series stunning original costumes take centre stage.
Charting the rise of fashionable spectacles during the 20th century, an exhibition on the history of Oliver Goldsmith Sunglasses takes a closer look at some big names.
Coinciding with a London fashion mini-festival, curator Timothy Long says an exhibition of historic and modern meanswear will reveal their suave "feat of engineering".
Featuring the designs which inspired a generation of spectacle wearers, a new exhibition at the National Glass Centre gives the public a chance to show off their selfies.
The co-founder of the eighties avant-garde band will give a speech and a "punk-rock design performance" during a three-day publishing mini-season in Birmingham.
As a selection of brilliant young designers demonstrate their talent at the Museum of London, here are their stories from the Jewellery Now exhibition.
From the jewellery of Elizabeth Taylor to ankle boots by Dolce & Gabbana, the V&A's spring exhibition drapes the gallery in the designs which have made Italy a fashion powerhouse. Here are a few of......
With works by Vivienne Westwood, Grayson Perry, Thomas Heatherwick and Paul Scott, Brighton's Subversive Designs reveals the counter-culture of the decorative arts.
Pop Art Design reveals the close and symbiotic relationship between artists, designers and of course, popular culture via Warhol, Lichtenstein, Peter Blake, Gaetano Pesce and Charles and Ray Eames.
Emily Beeson ventures inside the treasure trove of fashion and textiles that is the V&A's new Clothworker's Centre as it prepares to open its doors for tours.
Typographers, architects and anyone with an interest in 20th century applied arts will be thrilled with the rejuvenated Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft.
3D printing has the world of technology abuzz with its potential applications. Break the Mould, at the Brighton Digital Festival, gives visitors a chance to get up close and personal with this......
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the invention of the grooviest of home accessories, Mathmos has created the world's largest lava lamp.