Vivienne Westwood Exhibit (London) Reviews
Description:Vivienne Westwood, a famous English fashion designer, is noted for her stunning runway designs. Her talents will be on ... more
Newest Review: ... (21st September). Westwood herself has lent the clothes, shoes and accessories to V&A. Myself and my mother visited the exhibition and I found the prices very reasonable- Adult - £6 Concession - £4 OAP or Student 17 + with NUS card Children - £1 5-16 Off peak period - £5 2-5pm weekdays Friends of Museums Sheffield - Free When in the museum I was faced with a large dark room filled with ... more
Customer Vivienne Westwood Exhibit (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/09/08 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I visited this exhibit on Sunday in Sheffield where it is currently located. It was very interesting and a great insight into the life of a big time designer. The exhibit has been touring around the world for the past 4 years thanks to the V&A museum. It final destination was Sheffield and is about to close (21st September). Westwood herself has lent the clothes, shoes and accessories to V&A. Myself and my mother visited the exhibition and I found the prices very reasonable- Adult - £6 Concession - £4 OAP or Student 17 + with NUS card Children - £1 5-16 Off peak period - £5 2-5pm weekdays Friends of Museums Sheffield ... Read the complete review
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