The last of the museum series. Enjoy!
I love fashion for so many reasons – it’s an art form, a means of expression, and a source of inspiration. Yes, it’s just clothes, so it’s not meant to be taken seriously. Just have fun with dressing up!
V & A was relatively quiet compared to the other museums, which made for a much more pleasant experience. It was an immense relief, not needing to view an exhibit over someone’s shoulder.
The imposing St Margaret altar piece.
This would have been rather useful back when I was studying English Literature. Shakespeare is a distant memory for me now – feels like a lifetime ago!
I’ve never watched the Broadway version of the Lion King! Who knows when I’ll get the chance… maybe, just maybe, next year…?
There’s a closet filled with costumes, located in a dark corner of the museum. Everyone else made a beeline for the more elaborate pieces – gowns, coats, and such – so I only managed to get my hands on this cropped jacket. The fringe details on the sleeves were fun though!
Black cape with a web motif, for Edwin to do his best super-villain impersonation.
Keeping things short and sweet this time. The next post will most likely feature our gastronomical adventures in London, and it’ll be anything but short. Still, I’m excited to share that with you all, so stay tuned!