Moses, Mods and Mr Fish

WHEN:

From 31st March 2016 to 19th June 2016
Paid Entry (£7.50)

WHERE:

Jewish Museum London, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London, NW1 7NB

WHAT:

Explore the changing male image and menswear revolution over a 150-year period; from the 19th century formal silhouette through to the post-war period when young men stopped dressing like their fathers, becoming detail-obsessed mods or flamboyant peacocks.

Discover more about menswear in the ‘60s; a time when swinging London was the most exciting fashion capital in the world. You can explore the emergence of the mod movement and the fashion revolution that made Carnaby Street famous.

See luxury clothes designed by Mr Fish, popular amongst young aristocrats and celebrities, including David Bowie and Mick Jagger.

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Final few days to see our menswear exhibition! Get dressed up & come on down to the museum before it closes on Sun. https://t.co/NaWbX9GeIO
Twitter userJewish Museum London – 11 months ago
An exhibit at the @JewishMuseumLDN documents how Jewish designers shaped British men's wear over the last century https://t.co/TBAiwFTm4k
Twitter userNYT Fashion – 11 months ago
We love seeing all your stylish #JMLmenswear photos! Keep sharing them in the exhibition's final weeks. https://t.co/cwyseSi2Oo
Twitter userJewish Museum London – 11 months ago
Only two weeks left to see our menswear exhibition - https://t.co/P7aUEBoJdD - ★★★★★ "A must-see for all style aficionados" @EveningStandard
Twitter userJewish Museum London – 11 months ago
'The Art of Dress' (1830) showed how tailoring could 'correct' imperfections in men's bodies - a popular idea at the time. #JMLmenswear
Twitter userJewish Museum London – 1 year ago

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