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Platform shoes Naomi Campbell & Vivienne Westwood from today on display in the Fashion Museum in Antwerp!

The renowned nine inch platform shoes by Vivienne Westwood that made the world news in 1993 with Naomi Campbell’s spectacular fall on the catwalk, is now on display in FootPrint: the Track of Shoes in Fashion. The iconic shoe in imitation crocodile leather (mock crock) has a very distinct Vivienne Westwood signature. Westwood is known […]

MoMu presents FootPrint. The Tracks of Shoes in Fashion

From September 3rd MoMu presents the exhibition ‘Footprint. The Tracks of Shoes in Fashion’, telling the story of inspirational and groundbreaking fashion shoes of the twentieth and twentyfirst centuries. The exhibition shines a light on those fashion and shoe designers who left their footprint on the world of shoes by means of the exquisite and […]


MoMu makes a case for knitwear. Far from being old-fashioned and dowdy, knitting is highly versatile, luxurious and a continuing source of inspiration for designers such as Ann Salens, Schiaparelli and Sandra Backlund. ‘Unravel. Knitwear in Fashion’ opens March 16th.

Stephen Jones’ Rococo

The third theme of Stephen Jones & The Accent of Fashion, Rococo, is introduced by an enlargement of the ‘Damn That Feels Good!’ hat from Jones’s Autumn/Winter 1999-2000 collection.