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Man’s wardrobe has changed over time. Discover our new exhibition Masculinities from 28 August 2020 to 13 June 2021. The Brussels Fashion & Lace Museum takes you on a journey, showcasing the evolution of man through his wardrobe – from the “Great Male Renunciation” at the end of the 18th century to the genderless fashion trends of 2020, including the suit and tie.

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Fashion & Lace

Exhibition Back Side Fashion from behind_Fashion & Lace Museum ©detiffe.com

Exhibition Back Side Fashion from behind_ Evening dress CHANEL, 1931 Fashion & Lace Museum ©detiffe.com

The Museum

The Brussels Fashion & Lace Museum houses a collection of over 10,000 pieces of clothing and a significant number accessories, covering the history of fashion from the 16th century to the present day. The collections are presented in rotation through themed exhibitions.

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Fashion Room

28.08.20 - 03.01.21

The Fashion & Lace Museum (ex)poses itself!

What does the Fashion & Lace Museum hold onto in this day and age? How does the museum adapt to the spread of fashion by influencers or Fashion Houses? Which pieces are in our collections and why?

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Fashion Room #2 : The fashion & lace museum ex(poses) itself! © Musee Mode & Dentelle

Fashion Room #2 : The fashion & lace museum ex(poses) itself! © Musee Mode & Dentelle

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition Masculinities_Fashion & Lace

Exhibition Masculinities_Fashion & Lace

28.08.20 - 13.06.21

Masculinities

How has man’s wardrobe changed? For the first time in Belgium, a fashion museum has devoted an exhibition to contemporary male fashion. Masculinities focuses on the evolution of masculinity in fashion and displays clothing from the 18th century outfits to the genderless fashion trends of 2020.

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Permanent exhibition

Lace room

28.08 > 31.01.2021
Autumn of Brussels

 

The Art & History Museum and the Fashion & Lace Museum have selected the most exquisite handkerchiefs made from Brussels lace to highlight the varied array of techniques developed to meet the demand for luxury goods in the 19th century.

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Lace Room_Fashion & Lace Museum ©detiffe.com

Lace Room_Fashion & Lace Museum ©detiffe.com

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