The World’s Best Fashion Museum

The World’s Best Fashion Museum – In general, a museum is made to be a place that is used to store items that have a lot of history in it. In fact, there are lots of museums with interesting collections besides weapons and paintings. One of them is a fashion museum that fashionistas will surely love.

The clothes displayed in these museums are not only beautiful, but also save history. So, not only spoil the eyes, you can also increase knowledge.

The World's Best Fashion Museum

1. Kobe Fashion Museum

Opened on April 25, 1997, the Kobe Fashion Museum is the first museum in Japan with a special collection of fashion. The museum has more than 9,000 clothing collections from the 18th to the 20th centuries.

The collections in this museum are not only from Japan, but from various countries. Apart from clothing, you can also see a collection of traditional accessories, photographs, movie posters, as well as fashion books and magazines from various eras.

2. The Metropolitan Museum of Arts (MET)

The Metropolitan of Modern Art or The Met, located in New York, United States, has a special fashion exhibition with a different theme every year. The themes of this exhibition are in line with the theme carried at the Met Gala.

The Met itself is not a fashion-only museum, but they have their own division that handles fashion exhibitions, namely The Costume Institute.

There are 33,000 collections of clothes that are displayed in rotation according to the theme of the exhibition.

3. Palais Galliera

As a World Fashion City, it would not be complete if Paris did not have a museum with a fashion collection. Palais Galliera is a famous fashion museum in Paris which was inaugurated in 1977.

With a total of 200,000 collections of clothing and accessories, Palais Galliera shows the history of the development of world fashion from the 1730s to the present. In this museum you can also see a collection of haute couture dresses that have been worn by royal members in Europe.

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4. Victoria and Albert Museum

The museum, which was inaugurated by Queen Victoria in London, has been around for more than a hundred years. There are various types of art on display here, but the fashion exhibitions are quite popular.

Unlike other fashion museums, the Victoria and Albert Museum has a special collection of hats from various eras and cultures. This is thanks to British culture which requires everyone to wear a hat on formal occasions, so they have an interest in hat design.

5. Bata Shoe Museum

Who doesn’t know the Bata company? In addition to producing shoes and marketing them to various parts of the world, Bata also has a museum that specializes in exhibiting shoe collections. This museum is located in Toronto, Canada.

Currently there are 13,000 shoe collections from various countries and cultures. Starting from the shoes used by the Egyptians in 300 BC, traditional Chinese women’s footwear, to the shoes used by the Spice Girls personnel during gigs.