If you are a fashion pro, or just a fashion lover, you will love the “Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500–1800” exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
This is the first major exhibition to explore the international transmittal of design from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century through the medium of textiles. The exhibition features 134 works, which includes numerous flat textiles, tapestries, costumes, church vestments, pieces of seating furniture, and paintings and drawings. The design history is shown with a truly and epic global perspective.
This huge piece of fashion and design history is open to the public since September 16, 2013 and it will close in January 5, 2014.