On 19 November 2015 the 3rd edition of the IDENTITY DRESS opened its door at the National Museum of Slovenia. A new selection of designers from around the globe, all focused in the same dress pattern, is enriching the atrium of the museum until 13 December 2015. For the third year in a row the exhibition got set up through the show.
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Fashion exhibition narrating the story of Slovenian clothing culture and Slovenian identity through eight presented semblance
19 November – 13 December 2015, National Museum of Slovenia (Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU)
Accompanying exhibition for IDENTITY DRESS project, supported by the national Slovene brand I feel Slovenia
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The 3rd edition of the IDENTITY DRESS exhibition is right behind the corner. And should you decide to visit it, make sure to also put an eye on accompanying exhibition I feel the Dress, supported by I feel Slovenia, the national brand of the Republic of Slovenia!
It is official! The 3rd edition of IDENTITY DRESS project goes independent!
IDENTITY DRESS 2015 exhibition with its opening show will take place on 19 November 2015 at the National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana, and will stay there until 13 December 2015.
While I was working on this article I went to the National Museum of Slovenia for about four times in a row, so one of their employees already asked me if I was becoming their daily visitor… I think my last visit dates back to my primary school years, so re-visiting it after quite a long time made me think about the attitude towards our own history. Are we aware enough of our national history? Are we proud of it?