For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:
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Additional information: HIre fee includes exhibition crating, objects, mannequins, text (in English), audio visual software. Excludes inbound transport, courier travel, build and graphics, hardware and insurance
This hiring fee is set for the following exhibition format:
Discover how today’s fashion industry is challenging perceptions and championing alternative ideals of beauty on the catwalk, in advertising, editorial and behind the camera. Recent seasons have seen the most racially diverse, size diverse and gender-inclusive fashion shows in history.
In this exhibition, examine how fashion creatives are embracing inclusivity and body positivity, exploring themes such as size, gender, age, race and disability. Learn how the industry is calling into question existing practice, and why becoming more inclusive behind the scenes will ensure a genuine reappraisal of contemporary ideals of beauty.
See pivotal looks from designers including Max Mara, Ferragamo, Ashish, Vivienne Westwood, Pam Hogg, Dries Van Noten and Jean Paul Gaultier, and hear from key influencers in the industry, from models and stylists to photographers, editors and educators.
The exhibition will premiere at National Museums Scotland from 23 May to 20 October 2019.
Included in the hire fee: • Curation and concept by National Museums Scotland • Administration and tour management • Approximately 25 garments and supporting objects • Custom made mannequins and mounts • Exhibition crating • Exhibition text in English and audio visual software (films and interviews) • Use of some images and film with rights cleared • Available for tour from December 2019 • Requires minimum of 200 sqm (2000 sq ft)
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Past and Future Venues
2020, January to May, Sweden 2020, May to August, AVAILABLE 2020-21, September to January, United Kingdom 2021, February to December AVAILABLE
Body Beautiful has last-minute availability in summer 2020. The exhibition isbelieved to be the first of its kind in the world. It examines how the fashionindustry is embracing inclusivity and body positivity, exploring themes such assize, gender, age, race and disability.