Eye on Design: Fashion V. Sport
December 4, 2008 ‐ 0 comments
At BrandCulture we like to acknowledge design done well, whether it’s in our own backyard or across the pond. The Fashion V. Sport exhibit at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum showcases apparel at the intersection of function and elegance from Nike to Chanel, Yohji Yamamoto to Vivienne Westwood. For those of us who don’t have the luxury of making our way to the V&A to see Speedo’s one-piece wonder worn by Michael Phelps, a Sherlock Holmesian houndstooth get-up by Adidas, or a blinding array of dayglo trainers, a visit to Fashion V. Sport’s vivid website or its accompanying blog will suffice.
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