Don’t miss the 40 years of Vogue Germany exhibition in Munich

CultureLifestyleNovember 01, 2019

Photo courtesy of Condé Nast Germany

I can’t belive that we are celebrating  40 years of Vogue Germany! The  jubelium is being commemorated with a fabulous fashion exhibition at the Villa Stuck in Munich until the 12th January 2020.

The curators

Curated by Christiane Arp, the Editor in Chief of Vogue Germany,  the exhibition takes place on two floors of the historic villa of sculptor Franz Stuck.

With the help of artist Martin Fengel and the museum’s director, Michael Buhrs, Arp put together not only 40 years of Vogue Germany’s photographs but also costumes by famous designers. You will see creations from Jean Paul Gaultier, Thom Browne, Chanel and Maison Margiela among others.

40 Years of Vogue and of History

Christiane Arp says that the exhibition is more than a “journey through 40 years of Vogue”. It’s also about 40 years of history, since the photos and clothes are shown juxtaposed with records of political and social events of each period. According to Vogue’s powerful editor-in-chief the exhibiton “highlights the connections between what happened in the world and how it reflected in the works of the designers.”

Karl Lagerfeld is part of Vogue’s history

The exhibition also celebrates Karl Lagerfeld, showing the German designer’s creations for Vogue Germany and a couture dress from his last collection for Chanel. Notably, you’ll be able to see up close, a copy of the yellow coat that won Lagerfeld the Woolmark Prize in 1954 and marked the beginning of his stellar career.

Fashion in the past, present and future

The exhibition tackles the past, present and future of fashion. Installations of artist Alice Potts and designer Priya Ahluwalia speak about sustainability.  Also an experimental works of students of Fashion and Technology in the German University give us an insight into what to expect in fashion the next years.

There is a studio with scrapbooks and still-life production for next Vogue Germany issues where you can learn about the making of the magazine.

If you like fashion, which of course you do otherwise you wouldn’t be reading Notorious, do not miss the exhibition!