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Visit the Fashion Museum in the heart of Riga! With interactive, hands-on exhibits for children and adults, the Museum showcases clothing styles over the centuries. The exhibitions are made possible thanks to the generous contribution of the...more
Visited this wonderful little museum and was blown away by the amazing temporary exhibit of gorgeous 1920's beaded dresses and exquisite period shoes. They also have a very innovative exhibit of costume through the ages - great presentation. Photos allowed. Staff was lovely and let...More
The main area of Riga Fashion Museum is currently devoted to a wonderful exhibition of the twenties. Obviously clothes are the focal point. If you have been told about the twenties but have never seen any of the clothes you find they are a paradox....More
Museum night out - we were greeted by a small queue outside that quickly dissipated and we found ourselves in a small hall-way leading down into the basement. At each threshold a member of staff welcomed us in English, Latvian and Russian ...and then we...More
Just a couple of rooms with mostly oriental clothes represented. Took maybe 30 min to walk through..More
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Fashion museum in Riga changes its exposition every 6 months. The exhibition you have visited is dedicated to the influence of China on Western fashion. The couple of rooms you have mentioned contain impressive number of dresses and...More
The mannequin outside wearing 18C European dress and a parasol is not really representative as there was not much of that style inside; also there was a whole room almost all dedicated to Chinese fashion.
However, there were some outfits described with who they had...More
This little underground museum, somewhat in a backwater has only been running 6 months or so, but this is an impressive start. I visited when the main exhibition was the influence of Chinese design on fashion. As well as the expected Mao jacket there was...More
I entered by chance and was paid back with interests. The museum iss small but rich of dresses and apparels in display and of creative, entertaining ways to attract and entertain visitors of any age and taste. I did enjoy any minute here. The Cafè...More
It is a perfect central location that hosts a true gem - fashion museum! You don't have to follow the fashion maddness to thoroughly enjoy the exhibit. Museum is small but the rooms are so arranged that you'll spend a long time looking at the...More