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Collecting Comme

Art, Design NGV International , Southbank Until Sunday July 26 2020
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Time Out says

The NGV is celebrating the iconic Japanese fashion house in this free exhibition

The National Gallery of Victoria has always been quite forward-thinking in its integration of design and fashion into its exhibition program, but it also has a hugely impressive collection of design, including a heap of pieces from Japanese label Comme des Garçons. The label is led by founder and designer Rei Kawakubo, who has been creating innovative fashion since the 1970s, and is continuing on that journey today.

The NGV collection includes key pieces by Kawakubo, which are being shown in this free exhibition. They've been donated by Takamasa Takahashi since 2005, and together show how Kawakubo's designs challenged tradition to create a new fashion vocabulary. The pieces range from 1981, when Kawakubo first showed work in Paris, to recent designs from the 2014 'Blood and Roses' collection.

Details

Venue name: NGV International
Address: 180 St Kilda Rd
Melbourne
3006
Transport: Nearby stations: Flinders Street
Price: Free

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