Annie Lennox's success with the Eurythmics and as a solo artist has spanned four decades, in which she has amassed a large collection of costumes, dresses and accessories. This free exhibition at the V&A will showcase items that helped to develop her creative vision, together with plenty of photographs, awards, interviews and videos.
There will also be a specially commissioned brand-new video of Annie in conversation. Fans of Annie will not want to miss it!
The Victoria & Albert Museum was founded in 1851 as the nation’s museum of art and design. Its boasts an unrivalled collection of pieces from around the world, including sculptures, ceramics, jewellery, furniture, fashion and glass.
MOGON – “Huge Annie Lennox fan so I went to have a look and I was a bit disappointed really. Not because of what they show, which is great, but because it's not really an exhibition. It's really only one room and it's very small. Surel… more”
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