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- Posted:Thursday, August 27, 2009
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For the hardened backpacking fashionista, there's even a book to accompany the exhibition, which looks at the history of art and fashion's relationship, written by various international authors. Failing that, if you don't think you can cope with lugging a big book around with you for the remainder of your holidays, a slim-line magazine is also being published.
The show itself is not all catwalk queens and weird sculptures made from clothes either. There are some interactive activities going on at the same time that could be tempting - several workshops, lectures and family days in the museum are also being put on throughout the autumn.
If you're up for some art but aren't into the clothes, you might like to check out the Rinus van den Bosch exhibition, which features over a hundred drawings by the artist.