For those in London, an exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum looks at the radical changes in textile design after World War II. Called Designing Women: Post-War British Textiles, the show includes more than 100 works highlighting the abstraction that occurred in textile design between the 1950s to the 1970s.
The exhibition closes on June 16, but if you can’t get to London, you can read a review of the show on the blog Advantage in Vintage.
Exhibition Hours: 11-6 Tuesday-Saturday
Admission: £7 for adults, £5 for students