• Fashion & Beauty

    Hollywood Costume Exhibit

    Who doesn’t love spending an afternoon at the V&A ever since the Kylie exhibit it has always been an intriguing place where the beauty that is fashion can be displayed in all its glory. Now the exhibit of exhibits is there, why not visit the Hollywood Costume exhibition? Walk around and pretend to be Dorothy from the Wizard of OZ or even look at dresses worn by screen sirens just as Doris Day and Marilyn Munroe. If you love fashion you’ll love this! http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/exhibitions/exhibition-hollywood-costume/

  • Fashion & Beauty

    Body Adorned

    This is the last few weeks of this exhibition and a must see! Ever wondered why we dress the way we do, or why some people have more tatoos than others? this exhibition explores why people dress and behave the way they do and why. “The Body Adorned exhibition reveals how a diverse population clothe and adorn their bodies to find their place in the metropolis. Over time, saris, tattoo parlours, nail bars, distended ears and scarification have become a visible, everyday part of the London cityscape. But how did cultural adornments become integrated into urban London life? The exhibition considers…

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    Valentino: Master of Couture

    This exhibition is a must see for every fashionista out there. This exhibition show cases over 130 unique pieces made by the master of couture himself, so many designs to drool over. If you love fashion and want an inexpensive way to be in the same room as some of the most expensive and beautiful gowns created, I would suggest that you make your way to Somerset House before the exhibition is over. P.S it ends in March… Click the link and find out more: http://www.somersethouse.org.uk/visual-arts/valentino

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    Museum of Childhood

    I will be honest this museum did scare me a bit as a child but in a weird kind of, wow children went through this when they were my size. But it is amazing, the history in this place is phenomenal, no child doesn’t enjoy going here. If you again love a good museum and you secretly want to be entertained whilst entertaining your child I would recommend you go here. Again admission is free, so you can’t go wrong. http://www.museumofchildhood.org.uk/

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    Science Museum

    I love going to places for free and the Science Museum has been a favourite of mine ever since I was a child. Its an inexpensive way of entertaining the children and if you want to go into some of the special exhibitions its only a small fee. Not only can you just have fun here, you can make it educational too, explaining how electricity works or even what causes the sun and moon to be in the sky. Its an amazing experience for the whole family, dare I say I have been on a few dates here in the…