The International City of Lace and Fashion Museum has just announced that it will showcase some of the fashion design work that is done by Anne Valerie Hash. The museum, which is located in Calais, France, has said that it will begin the exhibition sometime in the month of May and that it will end on May 31st. This is not the first time that Miss Hash’s work has been given the museum treatment. However, it will be the first time that her fashion designs will take the center stage in their own exhibition. The whole fashion museum exhibition will showcase work done only by Anne Valerie Hash.
Miss Hash, who has been designing haute couture for more than 13 years, has been using lace as a key fabric component. She is very well-known for all of her work that has been done over the past several years, as her fashion design pieces are most recognizable for their use of lace. Her haute couture line is comprised of many different kinds of garments, which include blouses, jumpsuits, and all kinds of tops. Aside from their heavy use of lace as the core fabric, her designs are also known to use androgynous elements as well. Even her men’s wardrobe line uses lace as the primary fabric material.
This is the very first exhibition that will be dedicated solely to Miss Hash. The exhibition will showcase all of the steps that Miss Hash takes in her creative process. Unlike other fashion designers, Miss Hash does not start out with her designs using a pencil and a sketchbook. Instead, Miss Hash actually starts her creative process with a pair of scissors and a needle. She uses fabrics as a way to sketch out and plan her future designs. And to showcase that, there will be no sketches or even drafts in the exhibition. Instead of sketches being displayed, prototype garments, patterns and even scraps of fabric will be displayed at her exhibition. The fabric and garment displays at the exhibition will reportedly resemble that of 3D sculptures.
The whole exhibition will take place in the 5,000 square foot space of the whole museum. So a lot of the space within the museum will be used just for the exhibition made for Anne Valerie