A new exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum next year is set to display some of the most famous wedding dresses, according to telegraph.co.uk.
‘Wedding Dresses 1775-2014’ will show off some of the most renowned gowns throughout history and in today’s modern world. It will feature 80 gowns that have all be selected by the exhibition’s curator, Edwina Ehrman. Many of these will come from the museum’s vast archive.
Gowns that are set to be part of the exhibition include some of the first ever known bridal gowns, including those from the Second World War. There will also be many modern design, such as the dresses worn by celebrities such as Gwen Stefani, Dita Von Teese and the Duchess of Cornwall, as well as high-end designs from Vivienne Westwood, Vera Wang and Lanvin.
The exhibition could be an ideal opportunity for upcoming brides to get inspiration and ideas for their own wedding dress to wow their guests with.
As well as wedding dresses to look at, event-goers will also be given information on the history of the wedding and where different traditions came from.
The exhibition will run at the gallery from May 3, 2014 up until March 15, 2015, according to elleuk.com.