Exhibition Books

1920s Jazz Age Fashion

By Martin Pel [Hardcover – 30 Sep 2016]

Jazz became the world’s first youth movement- combining and celebrating music, fashion and youth, representing a break from the past, from the generation that had taken the world to war, and from old modes of behavior and thought.


Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976

By Geoff Rayner, Richard Chamberlain and Annamarie Phelps

Artists' Textiles 1940-1976 is an important and comprehensive survey of this art form in Britain and America. There are approximately 200 colour images, many of which have never been seen before, alongside specially commissioned photography.


Foale and Tuffin

By Iain R. Webb [Paperback – November 16, 2009]

Foale and Tuffin - Made in England was an exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum from October 2009 - Febuary 2010 celebrating the vibrant and inspiring representation of two key British fashion designers of the 1960s and the part they played in creating the changing London scene.


Hardy Amies

By Michael Pick [Hardcover – December 16, 2012]

Hartnell to Amies: Couture by Royal Appointment' took place at the Fashion and Textile Museum from November 2012 to February 2013. The exhibition of London couture fashion celebrated the timeless elegance of London couture


Missoni Art Colour

by Luciano Caramel (Editor), Luca Missoni (Editor), Emma Zanella (Editor)

Rosita and Ottavio Missoni launched their eponymous fashion house in the 1950s, combining art and fashion to create a unique style that is recognized all over the world.


Rayne Shoes for Stars

By Michael Pick [Hardcover – August 9, 2015]

Rayne is the name synonymous with the best in British 20th-century shoe design. Re-launched as a British-owned company in 2013, the remarkable design achievements of the company in the 20th-century are illustrated in this sumptuous book.


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