Musée de la Mode Palais Galliera (Paris, France):
Located in one of the most emblematic and important cities of the world, the Musée de la Mode Palais Galliera, preserves one of the largest clothing exhibitions in the world. With the presence of contemporary pieces by Margiela, Coco Chanel, Balenciaga, among others. Its current director, Miren Arzalluz, of Spanish origin, is the first foreign woman to occupy this position, giving a touch of freshness with knowledge in conservation and study for the exhibition.
Musée Christian Dior Granville (Granville, France):
The museum is located in Granville, and is part of the legacy of Christian Dior being this his childhood home, in 1988 opens its doors, becoming a place to preserve and show not only his work as an art but that of his successors, such as Yves Saint Laurent, John Galliano and Marc Bohan. This museum has been considered as the only museum in France dedicated to couturing.
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo (Florence, Italy):
In May 1995, the Ferragamo family decided to open its doors to the local and international public, the Salvatore Ferragamo museum. Place where not only the history and tradition of the shoe is preserved, but also the international fashion. The museum is located in the historical center of Florence, in Palazzo Spini Ferroni. In addition to this, The Salvatore Ferragamo’s Museum exhibition “Sustainable Thinking” obtains the ISO 20121 certification, which specifies requirements for an event sustainability management system.
New York´s Fashion Institute of Technology (New York, USA):
The FIT is recognized worldwide for being one of the museums with the greatest technological advance in the fashion sector, located in one of the most important cities in the world in this industry. In each of its exhibitions its mission is to enchant the viewer through the brilliant and evolving collections presented, bringing a touch of innovation to the fashion industry.
The Anna Wintour Costume Center of Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, USA):
With a collection of over 33,000 dresses and accessories, which rescue the history of the fifteenth century to the present, The Anna Wintour Costume Center of MET, has become one of the most important fashion museums, not only for the pieces that in it they are found, but by the innovation and emergence of designers and artists.
Tassenmuseum Hendrikje (Amsterdam, Netherlands):
The Bags and Purses Museum is located in the heart of Amsterdam, which brings together a collection of amazing bags and pieces, and in addition to this, its collectors Heinz and Hendrikje Ivo, have been entrusted to enlighten visitors to the museum, with the exquisite bags exhibition and full of history of the moment.
Victoria and Albert Museum (London, UK):
Spreading creativity, design and beauty, the Victoria and Albert Museum has become one of the most important museums in the fashion and design industry. With a collection of over 2 million pieces loaded with history, the museum has architectural materials, paintings, textiles, photography, sculptures, among others, making it an ideal place to involve fashion and art knowledge.
MoMu (Amberes, Belgium):
The MoMu contains one of the largest collections of Belgian fashion, and opens its doors in 2002 with its first exhibition. These exhibitions have been characterized ever since by its staging, giving the viewer a unique and participatory experience, since not only do you observe the exhibition but you are part of the theme or the world of the designer.