Fashion and Textile Museum Museums
83 Bermondsey Street, South Bank
The Fashion and Textile Museum is the first museum in the UK dedicated to contemporary fashion and textiles. Located in one of the fashion capitals of the world, the mission of the Fashion and Textile Museum is to exhibit the immense changes in contemporary fashion and textiles and educate a wide audience in all areas of fashion and textile design.
The FTM focuses on British and international fashion and textile design from 1950 to the present day. At present, this includes works by Biba, Ossie Clark, Bill Gibb, Jean Muir, Christian Dior and Bellville Sassoon amongst others.
The core collection is comprised of 3000 original garments donated by FTM founder, Zandra Rhodes, along with her archive collection of the working process from paper designs and sketchbooks to silk screens, finished textiles, completed garments and show videos.
Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4.45pm
(last admission at 4.15pm)
£3 students / concessions (includes senior citizens and full-time students)
£13 family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)
Address83 Bermondsey Street, South Bank, London, Greater London, SE1 3XF
Opening times11am - 5.45pm
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