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Newham College exhibition to give fashion show insight

PUBLISHED: 12:30 11 December 2011

Museum head Celia Joicey, and founder Zandra Rhodes speak at launch of Catwalk to Cover, which aims to give people experience of how fashion shows work. Picture by Daniel Lewis

Museum head Celia Joicey, and founder Zandra Rhodes speak at launch of Catwalk to Cover, which aims to give people experience of how fashion shows work. Picture by Daniel Lewis

DANIEL LEWIS

Visitors to an exhibition hosted by Newham College will be given a rare insight into the work that goes into putting on a fashion show.

The exhibition, Catwalk to Cover, will be held at the college’s Fashion and Textile Museum in Bermondsey until February 25.

It will feature more than 100 photographs by Britain’s leading catwalk photographers and clothes from fashion houses such as Prada.

Catwalk to Cover will show how photographers decide what part of a fashion show to focus on.

Head of the museum, Celia Jociey, said: “The work of catwalk photographers, Kirstin Sinclair, Chris Moore, Matthew Lever and Philip Meech, provide a fascintaing cross-spectrum of creative, innovative and British approaches to documenting the world’s most celebrated shows.

For more information on the exhibition and museum visit www.ftmlondon.org


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