A scarlet red and navy blue lace dress by Erdem, from autumn/winter 2009, is one of the stars of the exhibition.
This white cotton lace dress with moulded leather collar is Alexander McQueen, from the late designer’s 1999 spring/summer collection.
This Bug jacket and dress by Schiaparelli dates back to 1938.
This arresting tartan Satin Dress was worn by a fashion-conscious woman in the 1860s.
This high-necked cream and lavender summer dress has polka dots, bows and lace and was made by an unknown dressmaker in the early 1870s.
Images: Bath Fashion Museum
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Oh what a wonderful collection! Really adore the oldest pieces! And what a delightful place to view them! Love Bath!
Great post! Love the first two, and the champagne bottle dress is so quirky and fun!
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