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Now this is one exhibition we are very excited about.

Renowned French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin (1928-1991) was known for his striking and controversial images of women from the 1950s to 1980s. You can now go and see what all the fuss was about in 11 days time.

Guy Bourdin: Image Maker, Somerset House, London WC2, November 27 to March 15, 2015; somersethouse.org.uk

*All images here courtesy of Guy Bourdin Estate 2014


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The legendary fashion designer Pierre Cardin, who is 92, is opening his own museum today.

The 'Museum Pierre Cardin' will house 'Past, Present, Future' a permanent exhibition that will show 200 models wearing his designs and accessories. His first collection was in 1953, and his designs are known for being geometric, avant-garde, and in the 1960s drawing on outer space for inspiration.

He started his career in 1945 in Paris working with Elsa Schiaparelli - then he became head of Christian Dior's atelier in 1947. By 1950 Pierre Cardin had launched his own label bearing his name.

I was fortunate enough in 2004 to visit Pierre Cardin at his 'Bubble House' in the South of France. He was fascinating: "It's youth that makes fashion, not old people. Me, I'm one of the old people now - but I have stayed young." 

Museum Pierre Cardin will open today at Le Marais, Paris, France

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