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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VAMUSEUM
68.0% of vamuseum's followers are female and 32.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 7723 and the average number of comments is 59.
Vamuseum loves posting about Design, Art.
Check vamuseum's audience demography. This analytics report shows vamuseum's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VAMUSEUM
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VAMUSEUM
- Art & Design 70.07 %
- Beauty & Fashion 67.02 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 47.03 %
- Photography 46.17 %
- Travel & Tourism 46.10 %
- Home & Garden 43.08 %
- Books and Literature 42.22 %
- Entertainment 40.32 %
- Fitness & Yoga 38.83 %
- Business & Careers 35.54 %
- Luxury Goods 35.45 %
Wrapping up in style this autumn? These House of Paquin motoring coat designs from the early 1900s show how the fashion industry evolved in tandem with the increasing popularity of the automobile. Discover how cars shaped the modern world in our upcoming exhibition - link in bio #VaVaVroom #Cars #Design #Motoring #Fashion #Illustration
When not on display in our galleries, couture gowns like this Alexander McQueen dress are carefully stored in protective fabric. Tim Walker was inspired by these elaborate layers of wrapping and created a new series of photographs celebrating the work of the museum’s conservators. See Walker’s love letter to the V&A in his exhibition Tim Walker: Wonderful Things. Book now - link in bio. Members go free. #TimWalkerxVAM 📷 Alexander McQueen, dress from ‘The Horn of Plenty’ Autumn/Winter collection, 2009. #fashion #couturefashion #britishfashion #timwalker #shonaheath #alexandermcqueen
#Throwback to our blockbuster #DiorDesignerOfDreams exhibition. Spanning 1947 to the present day, this exhibition traces the history and impact of Dior's enduring legacy. Did you manage to see the exhibition?
The detailing on these bridal outfits by Indian Bengali fashion designer @sabyasachiofficial is simply exquisite. It is easy to see why Sabyasachi is known for his opulent traditional wedding lehengas and is synonymous with Indian luxury wedding fashion.
This hat made of shocking pink goose feathers, by Philip Treacy, was modelled by @KylieMinogue for the cover of Tatler magazine in July 1995. Milliners have traditionally used feathers to trim and decorate hats. Here Treacy plays with this idea, cleverly manipulating the shocking pink goose feathers so that they make up the hat’s entire structure.
#Didyouknow Miu Miu – Prada’s rebellious younger sibling label – is also designed by Miuccia Prada. Miu Miu collections often subvert style conventions by mixing sweet with sinister. Explore five centuries of fashion with our galleries.
From his early days in Paris, Balenciaga's fascination with surface texture and pattern led him to patronise the important Parisian embroidery firm of Lesage. The result? Garments like this stunning coat. Learn more about Balenciaga's partnership with Lesage - Link In Bio #Balenciaga #Sequins #Fashion
This spectacular garment by Gareth Pugh showcases the cutting edge British fashion design. The dress is an example of yet another unusual technique in his repertoire of making. The gown is entirely covered with silver metal tabs which flex to allow movement but give the impression of heavy armour.
A dress fit for royalty. This gown by Jacques Fath was donated its owner by Lady AlexandraTrevor-Roper. When she wore it to a state occasion in honour of the then Princess Elizabeth's visit to Paris in May 1948, her arrival at the opera house prompted the guards on the staircase to present arms, believing her to be the princess.
Kimono, (means 'the thing worn') is the traditional garment of Japan. From the 16th century it was the main item of clothing for both sexes and all classes of society. This child's robe was made and worn in Okinawa. Discover more about the history of Kimono when our exhibition Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk opens next year. Tickets on sale soon. #Kimono #Japan
What a show-stopper. This evening gown was created by Sarah Burton for her third collection as director of @AlexanderMcQueen. Whilst it featured in the S/S 2012 Ready-to-Wear collection the complexity and extravagance of this gown, encrusted with glass bead embroidery, meant that it could only have been made on an individually commissioned basis.
Hear from the women shaping the fashion industry today in this day of talks discussing how to build a brand. Hear experts at Condé Nast, American Vogue and Selfridges, as well as independent entrepreneurs, on topics such as diversity, social media and fashion forecasting. This special event is inspired by Mary Quant herself, who had a visionary approach to promoting her collection. Visit the link on our profile for more info.
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