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Find out about a pair of shoes which were handmade in Paris for a dancer during the 1920s but illustrate a design style still prevalent in swish footwear almost a century on.
Having originally worked for the famous Valentino fashion house in Rome, artist Richard Nott's show in one of Britain's finest churches is a survey of exotic dresses.
Taking over some of Sheffield's most inspiring venues during May, the steel city's programme of displays, activities and workshops is a metal festival with a difference.
Kaffe Fassett's array of bold rainbow patterned quilts represent the internationally-renowned textile artist's first exhibition in Wales.
The Head of Collections at Scarborough Museums Trust tells us why a "wonderful, beautiful" dress from 1790 still looks comfy today.
The designer for stars including Victoria Beckham says he is "very excited" to be curating an archive of photos from the 20th century photographer at a former Georgian chapel in Bath.
The V&A's David Bowie is...spine tingling stuff says Richard Moss, as he takes a trip back to the seventies and the days of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.
Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney, Christian Dior, Yves St Laurent and more star in a show of style and social change at Liverpool's Sudley House.
A gallery and outdoor exhibition of Lynn Chadwick's works in Cumbria - the first retrospective of the influential sculptor since his death in 2004 - features ominous hybrid beasts among more than 50......
The Hat Works Museum harks back to the make-do-and-mend days of the 1940s for a stylish look at resourceful fashion, featuring designs by acclaimed milliners and stylists.
Cosmetics and beauty from thousands of years ago to the present in a display at the London centre which also gives visitors the chance to make their own treatments.
Designs full of holes will feature heavily when high art and fashion meet in catwalk style with a womanswear launch at The Hepworth Wakefield.
The Museums Sheffield Curator of Metalwork tells us about a mesh dress made for the current Designed to Shine: 100 Years of Stainless Steel show at the Millennium Gallery.
There are shoes from the 14th to the 21st century in a well-heeled show in Southend. But a giant sole used on stage by Katy Perry and Girls Aloud catches the eye.
A 200-year-old showstopper and an Ossie Clark dress known from a David Hockney painting as we take a look at the sartorial greatest hits from a glitzy new exhibition.