Admire an Olympic fashion statement at the Sport and Fashion Museum

Last chance to admire an Olympic fashion statement at the Sport and Fashion Exhibition

There is so much to see and do on your Bath bed and breakfast break away and you may struggle to decide what to do with so much choice around. Why not head to the Sport and Fashion Exhibition at the Fashion Museum to see the fascinating outfit made famous by Amy Williams at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics?

The piece has been on display since February this year and those of you who’ve still not managed to see it only have until 31 December.

The groundbreaking garment is part of an exhibition detailing the relationship between sport and fashion, and it includes historic, significant pieces from throughout the decades.
Look out for a cream wool suit worn by a member of a London tobogganing club during the 1880s, as well as more contemporary pieces such as designs worn by Jessie J and created by Pam Hogg. Ever wondered how her daring second skin stage wear was designed and created? Or how she manages to preserve her dignity? All will be revealed as visitors can get up close to the outfits.

Celebrate the history of fashion and its role in sport before this exhibition finishes, you’ll be amazed at the progression of sportswear and outfits over the centuries! The Fashion Museum is open every day.

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