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Vogue and the history of fashion at the Palais Galliera


The Palais Galliera hosts two major exhibitions. One celebrates the 100 years of Vogue magazine. The other one retraces the history of the museum and its collections from the 18th century to nowadays! Discover both with your CultureSecrets invitations. 

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Vogue Paris magazine celebrates its 100th anniversary! For the occasion, the Palais Galliera is bringing together 400 works and archives in a journey that honors the talents that have contributed to the most beautiful pages of the iconic monthly magazine: designers Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld, illustrators and photographers Horst, Bourdin, Klein, Lindbergh ... 

For the first time in the history of the museum, the Palais Galliera presents not one but two exhibitions simultaneously! Discover also the course of the collections and the evolution of fashion from the eighteenth century to today. Embroidery, prints, feathers, ruffles... Its most beautiful archives are to be discovered in a chronological and thematic way. From the wardrobe of the Countess Greffulhe to the avant-garde pieces of Rick Owens and the emblematic creations of Comme des Garçons, the museum tells its story from every angle.

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Among 24 other versions around the world, the French version of Vogue magazine was, until recentl

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Until January 30, 2022 

Palais Galliera
10 Av. Pierre 1er de Serbie, 75116 Paris

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You will receive your tickets by mail on working days, a few days after your reservation. Don't forget your mask and your health pass.

"Paris mon amour", Aymeline Valade in Alexander McQueen dress on the
roof of the Grand Palais, Paris, directed by Emmanuelle Alt, Vogue Paris August 2012
Palais Galliera collection © Mario Sorrenti 
Jean Patou swimming costume, Vogue Paris July 1929 - Condé Nast Archives, New-York © George Hoyningen-Huene

Palais Galliera, 10 Av. Pierre 1er de Serbie, 75116 Paris