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The Pierre Cardin and exhibit at scad Fash Museum is a wonderful treat. We are blessed to have this exhibit here in Atlanta. I greatly enjoyed looking at the real items that I had seen for years in magazines. The docents were students and extremely...More
We visited SCAD in Atlanta and got free admission to the Fashion Museum. We enjoyed it but I am sure someone who truly is into fashion would get more out of the exhibit. The dresses were beautiful. Small exhibit. Take about 30 minutes if you...More
If you're into the fashion that makes the world go round, this a great pit stop to make during a GA visit. The exhibits displayed here are incredibly detail driven. They focus on every spec of it, from the history of the designers, the designs...More
I'm a huge fan of The Handmaid's Tale and the costume exhibit there is fabulous. The only complaint is that the museum is small but at $10 admission a bargain. There is also a fantastic Pierre Cardin exhibit.
I am a SCAD Alum (BFA Graphic Design class of 2015) and was actually a tourist on vacation and decided to visit the campus and was delighted to see the modern fashion exhibit and work of Pierre Cardin. It was out of this world fantastic!
This is a cool fashion museum on the SCAD campus in downtown Atlanta. I got a very close look at some gorgeous Guo Pei designs, including the yellow cape that Rihanna wore for the 2015 Met Gala, China Through the Looking Glass. The pieces were...More
Seriously. I came across a notice that this museum was holding a Guo Pei exhibit and randomly decided to go simply because I had time to fill on my schedule. This was, hands down, my favorite part of my trip to Atlanta, and I'm so...More
This museum is one of the best kept secrets in Atlanta. The dresses in the Guo Pei exhibit are beyond beautiful, and the staging for this space is the best I have ever seen. Our docent was a young man working on his masters in...More