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We’re going back to the ’50s! The polka dot print, inspired by the ’50s era seen on many catwalks this season, reworked to stay in line with the fashion demands of 2023, in mini, maxi, or sheer designs at?Balmain, Miu Miu, and?Valentino. The Rise of Street Tailoring: Tailoring has found its place in streetwear. Suits and blazers are deconstructed and paired with sneakers or casual elements, creating a tailored yet relaxed aesthetic that defies traditional notions of formalwear. Nostalgia in Fashion: Nostalgia is a driving force in fashion, with designers drawing inspiration from bygone eras. Vintage aesthetics, retro patterns, and nods to iconic fashion moments create a sense of familiarity. This nostalgic journey resonates with a longing for the past in a rapidly changing world. The exhibition will include fashion pieces ranging from a 17th-century English Elizabethan-era bodices to pieces by one of London’s brightest young designers Conner Ives. In the mix will also be pieces from fashion’s most lauded names from across the 20th century, including Christian Dior and Elsa Schiaparelli, both of who often looked to the natural world for their work. Schiaparelli’s famous lobster dress springs to mind. Or Christian Dior’s fascination with flowers. The ever-popular Scottish print moved away from its classic punk/grunge aesthetic and covered full looks. Of note were the vibrant tartan color palettes at?Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, Dior?and?Burberry.