A beautiful scarf developed for the exhibition “Catwalk: Fashion at the Rijksmuseum”, curated by Erwin Olaf.
The print on the scarf is inspired by a dress from Nina Ricci (1960).
The scarf comes in a luxury gift box.
The Rijksmuseum’s fashion collection gathers a total of over 10,000 items. Begun in 1870, it is the oldest costumes collection in the country and features garments coming from the wardrobes of upper-class Dutch men and women. The exhibition “Catwalk” spanned through six galleries of the museum and introduced the viewer to historical Dutch fashion from 1625 to 1960. From formal robes from the “Golden Age” to 20th Century haute couture from Dior, Balenciaga and Yves Saint Laurent.
The fame of the masterpieces in the Rijksmuseum’s collections makes it one of the most famous museums in the world. But besides masterpieces like The Milkmaid by Vermeer, Self-portrait by Van Gogh, The Merry Family by Jan Steen and Rembrandt’s Night Watch, there are many other pieces in the collection that could take you by surprise and capture your imagination. No matter how old you are, or where you’re from, you’ll discover something new at the Rijksmuseum. And for that, you don’t even need to leave your chair – the museum features a wide range of online exhibitions and digitally accessible works of art.
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