Savage Beauty

Monday, 10 August 2015
You may have already seen my birthday afternoon tea photo diary a few weeks ago, if not go check it out here. Following that post today I thought I'd bring you another photo diary this time of the beginning of that day and the other main reason for our trip to London - the Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty exhibition at the V&A. 
I had been wanting to see this exhibition for months, plus the head lecturer of my course at uni also said that he didn't want anyone who hadn't seen the exhibition going on to the section year(!!!!!) But I really wanted to see it anyway, so my mum booked tickets and off we went! 
I was completely blown away by the entire exhibition, McQueen was an absolute artist and his work breath taking. Seeing so much of it in one place was beyond incredible! Plus the exhibition had been put together and curated so well, the way everything was presented and how the different rooms reflected the collections and pieces they contained was flawless and mesmerizing.
You're not actually meant to take pictures in the exhibition so I was only able to get a few cheeky snaps, but I thought I'd put them all together anyway along with a few other London pictures from earlier on in the day.        

God bless
8 comments on "Savage Beauty"
  1. Great pics! Lovely post x
    Claire |

  2. So much pretty! Gutted I couldn't get along to it, I would have loved to have seen such iconic and stunning pieces, in person.

    Meg | A Little Twist Of…

  3. I really wanted to visit the exhibition at the V&A, it looked amazing! Hope you had an awesome bday week-end!
    Holly x
    The Twins' Wardrobe

  4. I saw this on your insta and has to check out your blog post... the exhibition looks fab!

    Emma at

  5. Lovely photos!!

  6. the mcqueen exhibition was so brilliant and inspiring.

  7. So interesting!! I wish I could go!!

    Stop by my blog sometime!!


    Marianna | Lifestyle blog

  8. Ah I want to see this exhibit so much - it looks absolutely breathtaking! X

    Lucy Amelia | flawedfairytale


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