It was a beautiful collection, and I did my best to photograph some of the clothes shown there. Photography is somewhat prohibited but I managed to shoot a few dresses with my mobile phone, hence the kinda crappy quality of the pictures. Let's call them artsy, ok? I loved the old, wooden closets also on display, antique luggage and various accessories especially the intriguing purses and avant-garde hats.
Another cool thing I liked was that the exhibition is still growing and the museum is accepting donations, so in case you have a designer clutch you no longer want (seriously, what are the odds?) you can donate it to the collection for all of us to admire.
Paper dresses for advertising purposes
Andy Warhol signed paper dress
Pierre Cardin's Olympic Airways outfit
There are also two wide screens, one showing a video of a woman getting dressed in an elaborate traditional costume, kinda reminiscent of Victor and Rolf's 1999 Haute Couture "Russian Doll" collection which is also showing on a smaller tv screen. There's also a video screening of greek runway shows from past decades.
can't remember the designer, let me know if you know him/her!