China Through the Looking Glass, MET NYC


When creating this site, I wanted to make sure it encompassed not just my need to travel, but also my love of fashion. It’s true that no matter where you are in the world, you can see fashion’s influences on every block you walk through.

However, the more I travel, the more I discover each place has their own way of commemorating a special moment in time.

And like all memorable things, its beauty is in its history. 

Welcome to my fashion universe where you will find images from museums and exhibitions I have been to all over the world.

Anytime I head into a new city, I always like to research what fashion museums are nearby or if an exhibit is currently on display. Many times, there is something worth checking out in the vicinity.

If I am completely honest, most of my trips are planned around a particular city BECAUSE of the current fashion exhibit on display. 

What can I say, you can take the girl out of the fashion industry…etc etc.

The part I don’t often admit to – well, anyone, is that I will usually skip art museums in favor of fashion exhibits. I am the first in line for anything fashion-related. Doesn’t matter the time, doesn’t matter the price.


Some of you reading this are probably shaking your heads in shock.

The horror…I know, I know.

Manus x Machina, MET NYC

The content on this page is MY version of art and if you are able to leave judgement aside and take a look at the unique beauty each exhibit brings, you will see what I am talking about.

Sadly, the images don’t do any of the pieces or their exhibits justice, but at least you can get an idea of what all the fuss is about.

Maybe I can nudge you in the direction of adding some of these museums into your future travels.
Along with all the art museums your heart desires.

Be sure to check back here often as I am always trying to find new glorious fashion features to scope out and share!

Museums & Exhibits All Over the World

Click your favorite below for a virtual tour and some fashion history!

Have an exhibit you saw and LOVED?  Let me know in the comments below.

I am always looking for recommendations!