For those who didn't already know, in March 2010, the Kensington Palace in London has given way to its British designers,in collaboration with Wildworks theater company, to illustrate the history of seven Queens and Princesses who have resided there. The exhibition was scheduled to last two years, we have only until January 2012 to see these dresses and installations coming straight out of a fairy tale. The exhibition "Enchanted Palace" is a combination of high fashion and a live performance, while telling us the story of the princesses.
|L'affiche officielle de l'exposition par Newstream/The exhibition's official poster by Newstream|
|Une installation du designer Bruce Oldfield/An installation by designer Bruce Oldfield|
|Une installation de la designer Zandra Rhodes/An installation by designer Zandra Rhodes|
|Une installation de la designer Vivienne Westwood/An installation by designer Vivienne Westwood|
|L'installation du designer William Tempest "A Dress for Dreaming of Freedom" / William Tempest's installation"A Dress for Dreaming of Freedom"|
|Le "Cabinet des Curiosités" par l'artiste Maria-Theresa Fernandes/The "Cabinet of Curiosities" by the artist Maria-Theresa Fernandes|
Photos: Richard Lea-Hair