The exhibition ‘What’s luxury’ will be shown at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London from April until September 2015. The ‘What’s luxury’ exhibition will explain and show the ideas of luxury today.
The exhibition reveal the secrets of luxury and shows how it is made and helps to understand the cultural aspect of it. At the exhibition extraordinary and outstanding pieces of different craftsman will be presented to the visitors and several unique works will be also on display from various fashion designers including a couture gown by the famous fashion designer Iris van Herpen and works of the British watchmaker George Daniels. At the exhibition visitors will also have the chance to explore the most valuable materials of luxury such as gold and diamonds. At the ‘What’s luxury’ exhibition the future of luxury will be shown through the various objects and projects.
The ‘What’s luxury’ exhibition will take place at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London from 25th April to 27th September in 2015. The museum is open daily from 10.00 to 17.30 except on Fridays when it is open from 10.00 to 21.30.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL
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