V&A London ‘Fashioned from Nature’. Vanities, Vanities, all is Vanities.

 

fascinating and worrying exhibition

‘Fashioned from Nature’ is another large and fascinating exhibition at the V&A Museum in the Fashion Section.

On the ground floor there are numerous examples of the many creatures that we have made almost, if not entirely, extinct in order to obtain their skin, feathers, skeletons or whalebones for hats, dresses, muffs, shoes and cloaks.

On the upper floor examples of clothes made from man-made materials often using toxic materials resulting in the loss of human life.

My favorite poster

Thank you for all those who have been coming to my talks about my memoir ‘Woman in a White Coat’ at libraries in and around Westminster and those who have written such kind reviews on Amazon.

My unique memoir is the story of a woman pathologist brought up in a cold-water tenement in London’s East End and who has also been a Harley Street dentist, an entrepreneur (co-owner of Conran-group designed educational toyshops), the director of a Cancer Research laboratory at a major London teaching hospital, as well as a wife and mother of four children. 

One thought on “V&A London ‘Fashioned from Nature’. Vanities, Vanities, all is Vanities.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.