Fashion As Art: 3 Chic Exhibits To Visit Now

Lauren Donohoe

While stylephiles can always enjoy the art of window shopping, this season is all about fashion intersecting with culture thanks to a few incredible art shows around the globe. We handpicked three fashionable exhibits—from LA to NYC and beyond—that any fashion girl will definitely want to include on her spring itinerary.

1. "Louis Vuitton Series 2 — Past, Present and Future"

Get excited, Angelenos! Louis Vuitton is launching a warehouse-sized gallery in Hollywood next month, granting visitors an in-depth look into Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière’s inspirations with 360-degree projections, 3-D figures and even a mockup "backstage" room. The kicker? Viewers enter through an oversized neon LV logo.

Where: 1135 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles 90038

When: February 6-22, 2015

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2. Alexander McQueen's "Savage Beauty"

If you missed the Met's smash-hit run of "Savage Beauty" in 2011, you're in luck. The retrospective of the late Alexander McQueen is geared for its London debut next month. Updated with an homage to Kate Moss, 30 new garments and a room dedicated to the British designer's early years, you won't want to pass it up this time around.

Where: The Victoria & Albert Museum, London

When: March 14 - July 19, 2015

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3. "Chinese Whispers: Tales of the East in Art, Film, and Fashion"

In conjunction with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 2015 Costume Institute Gala in New York City, the upcoming "Chinese Whispers" exhibit highlights all aspects of the Chinese culture—from fashion to art to film. No Big Apple plans on your horizon? Keep an eye on The Zoe Report for red carpet coverage of the Met Gala on May 4, which is certain to be a breathtaking display all its own.

Where: Anna Wintour's Costume Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

When: May 7 - August 16, 2015

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