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Mary Quant: Fashion Revolutionary

This exhibition is a special international retrospective of Mary Quant, the iconic British fashion designer of the 1960s. When it comes to the 1960s, many people would think of mini skirts, and when it comes to mini skirts, you have to mention British designer Mary Quant. With her unique vision and innovative designs, she has turned the definition of fashion on its head, successfully transforming mini skirts, leggings, and pinafore dresses into a common memory for an entire generation. In a special collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), this exhibition presents Mary Quant's iconic works from 1955 to 1975, including her evolution from her first store, Bazaar, to her internationally recognized works, as well as her diverse product offerings under the daisy label. The exhibit includes over 120 pieces of clothing, fashion dolls, cosmetics, photographs, and fashion magazines.