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Article: 4 virtual exhibitions for fashion and art lovers

4 Exhibiciones virtuales para las amantes de la moda y el arte

4 virtual exhibitions for fashion and art lovers

Fashion and art have always had an undeniable link, and throughout history they have influenced one another. Although it is true that being able to personally attend the exhibitions of the most famous designers will help you transport yourself to their time and enjoy their designs as before, the situation is changing.

It seems that there is still some time ahead of us until we are be able to return to visiting museums and exhibitions in a normal matter, or it might just be that some of the exhibitions we most desire to behold in the world are located kilometres from us. However, today we would like to share with you the Google Arts and Culture platform, a gold mine of wisdom, where art, fashion and the best exhibitions on great designers, adventure travel and much more, converge for you to get lost for hours. You can find great designers who marked a before and after not only in fashion, but in the history of the art world.

In addition, to complete this proposal, the French firm Dior launches its most famous exhibition: Christian Dior: “designer of dreams ” in streaming.  

Here are 4 exhibitions that you cannot miss, from the comfort of your own home:

  1. Christian Dior "Designer of Dreams"

For hours you can lose yourself in a wonderful exhibition of dream couture. Seven decades of history and creation with the participation of six great fashion names that followed in the footsteps of the French master, Christian Dior, in order to keep his wealth, spirit, and memory alive; Yves Saint Lauren, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and Maria Grazia Chiuri. Designs that have been worn by royalty, by the likes of Diana of Wales or Grace of Monaco, to Hollywood artists such as Charlize Theron or Jennifer Laurence.

2.Audrey Hepburn and Salvatore Ferragamo. 

The story of an extraordinary woman, myth, and symbol of elegance, and muse of the Italian designer known worldwide as the "stars shoemaker ". In the words of Salvatore Ferragamo himself, “Audrey Hepburn's long and thin feet are perfectly proportioned with her height. Audrey is a born artist and a true aristocrat. She is always natural and spontaneous, whether she is acting or buying shoes or bags. You can converse about philosophy, art, astronomy and theatre intelligently and with knowledge". We have nothing else to add about his muse, an undisputable icon of Hollywood´s golden age and a great fashion symbol, but to invite you to discover the exhibition.

3.Helmut Newton "Early Years". 

One of the most important photographers of the 20th century. He created a new style of his own through his photographs, full of glamour and seduction, in which female nudes and stilettos predominate, an indisputable sign of sensuality, Discover his Early Years Exhibition, a review of his history and some of his work.

4.The muses of Yves Saint Laurent.

A French designer, and one of the main fashion protagonists of the second half of the 20th century. Creator of the women's tuxedo in the 1960s, driving the resurgence of haute couture in the 1980s, and the first to include non-Caucasian models in his fashion shows. Throughout his history as a fashion designer he had several muses that inspired him: Laetitia Casta, Bianca Jagger or Catherine Deneuve, the latter, an actress and her eternal muse in the 1960s. A time when the designer revolutionized the fashion world with his clear and transgressive proposals, giving women an androgynous touch.

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