Gwen Stefani's Pink Dip-Dyed Gown and More Iconic Wedding Dresses Go on Display at a London Museum
From now until March 2015, the Victoria and Albert Museum is exploring the evolution of the wedding dress in its exhibition, "Wedding Dresses: 1775-2014" From super traditional to over the top, over two centuries of wedding gowns are on display. In addition, the museum has some iconic gowns on loan, including Gwen Stefani's pink dip-dyed John Galliano gown, Kate Moss' bohemian John Galliano gown, and Dita von Teese's bold purple gown.
The exhibition also features designs by other notable names such as Vera Wang, Christian Lacroix, Vivienne Westwood, and Charles James. You can see how the white wedding gown has evolved since 1775, as well as how these and other designers have put their own spin on it. And if that's not enough, you can pick up some exclusive wedding jewelry from the V&A's gift shop.