Note: the Legion of Honor is opening at 10:30 am on 6/11, due to the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon.
Open Tuesday – Sunday
9:30 am – 5:15 pm
The designer’s “Junon” and “Venus” gowns represent the pinnacle of his creativity.
By Laura Camerlengo and Anne Getts
In the past decade, modest fashion has become one of the most pervasive international fashion stories.
By Jill D’Alessandro
Digging through my mother’s archives, I found a photo of three Black Muslim women at a fashion show in the early 1980s.
By Su’ad Abdul Khabeer
We sat down with members of the Teen Advisory Board to talk about Contemporary Muslim Fashions.
Somewhere in America #MIPSTERZ is part of the exhibition Contemporary Muslim Fashions.
A podcast produced by The Teen Advisory Board.
How Muslims define themselves — and are defined — by their dress.
In the first half of the 20th century, political messaging was rare in most places — except in Japan.
Fans have served as accessories of fashion and objects of utility since antiquity.
By Laura Camerlengo
While fans were a staple of the 18th-century woman’s wardrobe, they were also useful social tools.
We spoke to young fashion designer at UC Berkeley about her response to the Summer of Love.
Textile conservation looks at the ideal way to display a dip-dyed and hand-painted Moroccan woman’s headcover, or adghar ibrdane tasslit.
By Anne Getts