From February 8 to June 10 2007, the ever-changing image of Kylie Minogue will be the centre of a new exhibit at the V&A Museum in the U.K. Featuring performance costumes, accessories, album covers, photographs and music, the exhibit will look at how Kylie, as a performer, has used her stylish wardrobe to create an image that is world-known.
Highlights include the overalls she wore as Charlene in Neighbours (1988), the gold lame hotpants she wore in her infamous Spinning Around video (2000) and the Galliano corsets for the Showgirls tour in 2004. “The V&A is renowned for its superb fashion and performance collections and there isn’t a better place for this exhibition to be launched in the UK. I feel honoured to have such an important part of my career being recognized this way,” says Minogue.
Sponsored by Evian, entry into the exhibit is free. Advanced booking is strongly recommended and tickets will be available from December 1 2006. For more information, please check out http://www.vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/future_exhibs/kylie/
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