Indulge your passion for fashion with 2FOR1
Published 15/02/2016, by Pinar
Shine up your oversized shades and dust down your designer handbag. It’s time for London Fashion Week. If you’re heading to the capital for the fashion frenzy, add a little culture to your trip with some of our fashion forward 2FOR1 offers.
London Fashion Week at Madame Tussauds
Don’t worry if you’re not seated next to Cara on the front row this year. You can still nab a selfie with her at Madame Tussauds' latest immersive fashion experience. Ms Delevingne and best pal Kendall Jenner are the central figures of this exhibition which gives visitors a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the international fashion event. There’s even a chance to walk the runway in front of American Vogue editor Anna Wintour. Carbs strictly prohibited.
Fashion and Textile Museum
In the heart of trendy Bermondsey Village, you’ll find the Fashion and Textile Museum - a cutting edge centre for contemporary fashion founded by iconic designer Zandra Rhodes. The centre showcases a programme of changing exhibitions exploring fashion, textile and jewellery from the early 20th century to the present day.
Bejewelled at the V&A
Come and marvel at more than 100 spectacular items of Indian and Indian-inspired jewellery, including precious jewels, exquisite enamelling and bejewelled ornaments. Here you’ll see India’s influence on jewellery made by leading 1920s European houses and contemporary pieces that still draw on Indian traditions.
Made in Chelsea tour
Fans of Binky, Cheska, Francis et al gather round. This guided walking tour offers an opportunity to peep into the exclusive world of the Chelsea elite. See where they hang out, dine, drink, party and, of course, shop.
Museum of Brands Package and Advertising
Vintage and retro lovers will find plenty to inspire them at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising. Situated near the legendary Portobello Road Market you'll find 12,000 items of vintage design from the last 250 years. See the evolving taste of the British consumer by discovering what made the Victorian shopper tick, what your ancestors bought and what modern consumers demand today.