The capital’s museums also join up with MADRID ES MODA’s party with exhibitions and guided tours where fashion is the protagonist. Thus, the National Museum of Decorative Arts participates in the festival with the Storyteller, “The Dream of Elsa”, inspired by the work of one of the most important creators of the twentieth century, Elsa Schiaparelli, and you can see in their halls the piece that has inspired this original story. An activity that will take place this weekend at 12:30 p.m. in the museum and that entails an excellent activity to share the fashion and the art in family.
Schiaparelli design that inspires Storytelling
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, meanwhile, will make a draw, through the Facebook page of Madrid es Moda, of 10 tickets for a guided tour of the exhibit “Víctor Vasarely. The birth of Op Art.” with fashion as a guiding thread.
The Museo del Traje will make commented visits to the Photoespaña exhibition “!Fashion! Spanish design through photography”. Almost a hundred photographs and about twenty exclusive designs from the collections of the Museo del Traje, come together in this exhibit to pay a deserved and unprecedented tribute to international photography through Spanish fashion
Daniel Plá, Blanca Li with design by Ana Locking
In the Sorolla Museum you can enjoy the guided tour “Dressing for a garden” and the Museum History of Madrid also dresses up its halls in fashion and offers the guided tour “The Plaza Mayor is also fashionable.”
Guided tour “Dressing for a garden” at the Sorolla Museum in Madrid