Discover more about the fascinating relationship between influential women and their clothes in Women Fashion Power at the Design Museum.
Designed by the highly respected architect Zaha Hadid, this thought-provoking exhibition shows how the clothes women wear are part of a visual language that assists them in expressing themselves.
Looking at a range of historically significant figures, the show examines the design choices made by high-profile women from Elizabeth I and Margaret Thatcher to Coco Chanel and Lady Gaga. Through their carefully chosen selection of clothes, these women have, often unintentionally, demonstrated exactly what they stand for while influencing the fashion choices of others.
Co-curated by fashion expert Colin McDowell and Donna Loveday of the Design Museum, the many significant items on show celebrate exceptional women from culture, politics, business and fashion.
Both compelling and informative, this is a chance to discover just how the right fashion choices can influence events on the world stage.