Glam Galleries: Fashion Exhibits To See In 2015

If you want to expand your artistic agenda for the year, you’re in luck! Museums all across the globe are putting an emphasis on stylish retrospectives, and we’ve rounded up our favorites including Dries Van Noten, Halston and Oscar de la Renta.

Bookmark These Chic Exhibits

1. "Oscar de la Renta: His Legendary World of Style"

Curated by ODLR's dear friend André Leon Talley, this posthumous presentation captures the Dominican American designer's best creations, borrowed from the closet of his most notable clientele including Sarah Jessica Parker, Hillary Clinton and Taylor Swift.

Where: Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, Georgia

When: February 5 - May 3, 2015

Photo: Getty Images

2. Dries Van Noten - "Inspirations"

Updated from its Paris run, this oeuvre of designs by Dries Van Noten gives visitors a look into the Belgium couturier's creative process. Merging fashion with fine art, Noten's pieces are presented alongside the works of Mark Rothko, Pablo Picasso and Damien Hirst, illustrating his inspirations.

Where: ModeMuseum, Antwerp, Belgium

When: February 13 - July 19, 2015

Photos: Courtesy of MoMu

3. "Björk"

Celebrating 20+ years of Björk's illustrious career, this eponymous exhibit is as majestic as its subject, showcasing the Icelandic musician's work through sound, visuals and an immersive 3-D music and film experience. Can't make it to the show? The coffee table accompaniment is the next best thing.

Where: Museum of Modern Art, New York

When: March 8 - June 7, 2015

4. "Yves Saint Laurent + Halston: Fashioning The 70s"

Sending fashion-obsessed hearts into overdrive, this major mashup of Yves Saint Laurent and Halston highlights and juxtaposes a combined 100 pieces from the iconic designers. Emphasizing their impact on 70s style, the gallery sheds light on themes they shared from menswear to exoticism and historicism.

Where: Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

When: February 6 - April 18, 2015

Photos: Getty Images, Courtesy of FIT