Monday, 19 June 2017


Image © Philip Trengove (Molly Goddard SS17)

If you fancy free tickets to see designer Molly Goddard's latest creations as well as archive highlights from previous seasons live on the catwalk - then you'll need to get online as the V&A have announced that tickets for four shows which will take place on Friday 7th July, will be available to book from 10am on Monday 26th June. Tickets are limited, so booking is essential!

The four shows are part of the Fashion In Motion Series, which sees designers from across the world present their pieces on models strutting up and down inside the V&A - Alexander McQueen and Yohji Yamamoto are past participants in the series.
CSM graduate and London-based designer Molly Goddard will present her signature bold, colourful and voluminous designs as the finale of the week-long REVEAL Festival, which celebrates the V&A's new Sainsbury Gallery - where Goddard's four shows will take place - the gallery is part of the V&A Exhibition Road Quarter, the Museum’s largest architectural intervention in the last 100 years. 

Speaking about her involvement, Goddard said: "I’ve always thought of the V&A as an enormous cabinet of curiosities. I grew up exploring the galleries and they continue to be a huge source of inspiration for me. To be part of such a special event is incredibly exciting and we are looking forward to creating a fashion show in a totally new space while celebrating the history of the V&A and the preciousness of the objects."

The V&A's fashion curator, Oriole Cullen, said: "We are delighted to feature the work of Molly Goddard as part of the opening celebrations for the Museum’s new Sainsbury Gallery and we are thrilled that she is creating a special selection of pieces which will be shown for the first time at Fashion in Motion. Molly’s use of narrative and the immersive experience to showcase her work makes her an ideal partner to bring the V&A’s new exhibition space to life."

Fashion In Motion will take place at the V&A on 7th July at 13.00, 15.00, 17.00 and 20.00. The 15.00 show will also be live streamed via the V&A's Facebook page.
For more information, head HERE



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