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Trace the evolution of apparel: Top 7 museums you must visit

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Aug 30, 2018, 08.27 AM IST
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Victoria and Albert Museum
CULTURAL MUSING: Victoria and Albert Museum dedicates an exhibition that oversees 400 years of operatic and European history through costume, sets and musical instruments.
1. Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England.

What to see: Rare 17th-century gowns, 18th century mantua dresses, 1930s evening wear.

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    2. Fashion Museum Bath, England.

    What to see: Apart from viewing apparel that date back to over 400 years, you can also try on some of the clothing in the dressing-up area.

    3. Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City, USA.


    What to see: Costumes and accessories illustrating seven centuries from five continents showcasing fashionable dress and regional costumes.
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    Display of accessories

    4. Musee de la Mode et du Textile (Part of the Louvre Museum) Paris, France.

    What to see: Key moments in French fashion history

    5. Simone Handbag Museum . Seoul, South Korea.

    What to see: Handbags crafted for contemporary labels and a purse shaped like a building.

    6. Rosenborg Castle Copenhagen, Denmark.

    What to see: Head to the treasury down to see the royal Danish jewels. Christian VIfs queen, Sophie Magdalene jewellry still sits here.
    Rosenborg Castle​
    The Crown of the Absolutist Kings, the Queens’ Crown. and The Crown Jewels are open for public viewing at the Rosenborg Castle.

    Rosenborg Castle
    ROYAL: Don’t forget to visit the vast garden after a trip inside the museum of Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen.

    7. Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Los Angeles, CA.


    What to see: A collection of over 12,000 costumes, accessories and textiles from the 18th century through the present day, including film and theatre costume
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